Free entry to Skansen Open Air Museum with the Stockholm Pass

Skansen Open Air Museum

Stockholm Pass Benefits:

Free entry to Skansen Open Air Museum with the Stockholm Pass
Normal Price: Adult: SEK 125-220; Child (4 - 15 years): SEK 60

Enjoy free entry at Skansen - the world's first open-air museum and zoo, with the Stockholm Pass!

Founded in 1891, Skansen is the world’s first open-air museum. Located on the island of Djurgården and close to the Vasa museum, Skansen offers a fascinating look into historical Swedish life. With over 100 reconstructed farms and houses from different parts of Sweden, you can explore five centuries of Swedish history, from the north to the south of the country. Stroll through the historic buildings and meet the local characters working such as farmers, carpenters, bakers and more.

Not only can you see how the Swedish people of the past lived and worked, but see many species of Scandinavian animals, from traditional farm-bred animals to wild animals such as wolverines, bears, lynx, wolves, bison and more, there’s plenty of creatures and critters to meet. There is also the Children’s zoo – perfect for little and big kids!

The museum shop sells traditional crafts and new Swedish design.

Skansen is a family-friendly spot that you won’t want to miss when visiting Stockholm.

Explore Skansen in 2 hours with this helpful map!

Come and discover the incredible diversity of the Baltic Sea at Skansen.
Baltic Sea Science Center is Skansens newest building and attraction. Here you can take a look under the surface and the Baltic Sea in the large aquariums, the interactive exhibitions and the film room.

Opened in April 2019 its aim is to create a world-class pedagogical centre, to give visitors an insight into the state of the Baltic Sea, and to show us all what we can do to help it become better. Learn more here.

Things to See

  • The Älvros farmstead from the mid 19th century shows life in the north of Sweden, and is open every day of the year. Sit for a while by the fire and talk to the persons working here.
  • Seglora Church - a wooden church dating back to the early 18th century still used for weddings, christenings and church services. Don’t miss the ornate ceiling paintings.
  • The town quarter shows what urban life in Sweden during the 18th and 19th century would have been like. Visit the Olde shop, the Ironmonger´s store, the bakery, shoemaker’s and different craft workshops. Follow the glassblowers at Skansens glasswork using traditional craft methods.
  • Skogaholm Manor - explore how the wealthy family on this 18th century lived.
  • The area with Nordic animals  – many different species and breeds of animals such as wolverines, otters, wolves, lynx, reindeer, seals, foxes, bison, owls and more.
  • Lill-Skansen has been the children’s favorite place at Skansen since 1955 but Lill-Skansen is a place where all children can learn about animals and nature - all year round. In an area of 5400 square meters there are petting corners, an outdoor stage for children’s theater and an indoor arena that encourages play and laughter. Children meet guinea pigs, rabbits, snakes, cats, small goats and many more animals!
Monday 10.00 - 15.00
Tuesday 10.00 - 15.00
Wednesday 10.00 - 15.00
Thursday 10.00 - 15.00
Friday 10.00 - 15.00
Saturday 10.00 - 16.00
Sunday 10.00 - 16.00
Last Admission: For full opening hour details, please visit:
Monday 10.00 - 18.00
Tuesday 10.00 - 18.00
Wednesday 10.00 - 18.00
Thursday 10.00 - 18.00
Friday 10.00 - 18.00
Saturday 10.00 - 18.00
Sunday 10.00 - 18.00

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Djurgårdsslätten 49-51, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden


08 442 80 00

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