Best Amusement Parks In Sweden
In Sweden, there is more Summerland, play-land, zoos and adventure parks than you can imagine. And if you’re unlucky with the weather for a summer, you can always visit one of the parks so get your flights to Stockholm from London now. I have just had the pleasure of visiting two of them, and it was so long since I stopped counting. Today I list 14 of the most fun and amusement parks in Sweden.
TOSSELILLA SOMMARLAND, TOMELILLA, SKANE
Tosselilla is Skane’s largest summer amusement park. At Tosselilla you will find plenty of activities for both young and old. They have a huge water park with several water slides, Tivoli Island with roller coaster and carousels for the whole family and motor country with go-cart, segway and bumper boats. There are domestic animals, giant climbers, barbecue areas and lots of other activities for both young and old.
VIKINGABYN IN FOTEVIKEN (MALMO, SKANE)
Soder Om Malmo is a popular Viking market on July 1st-July 4th. Here you will see organized battles, competitions and old customs and rituals as well as the opportunity to buy craft items made on Viking manors.
SKANES DJURPARK (RIGHT, SKANE)
Skane Zoo is a zoo just outside Hoor in the middle of Skane. The zoo is the world’s largest zoo with Nordic animals
HIGH CHAPARRA, (HILLERSTORP, SKANE)
Wild West in the middle of Smaland! At High Chaparral, the whole family can experience the real Wild West and meet everything from cowboys, bandits, sheriffs, Indians, and of course the parks own heroes Lucky Luke and Zorro.
BORAS DJURPARK, (BORAS, VASTERGOTLAND)
Boras Zoo is the zoo that often presents itself as “Sweden’s first Africa” and has houses for about 500 animals of 80 different species. It is a popular zoo located outside Boras near the Knalleland shopping mall.
LISEBERG, (GOTEBORG, VASTERGOTLAND)
Sweden’s and the Nordic region’s largest amusement park can be found in the district of Heden in central Gothenburg. With over 40 attractions and concerts and singing every Monday, it’s hard not to find anything for everyone at Liseberg.
UNIVERSEUM, (GOTEBORG, VASTERGOTLAND)
Do you have future inventors or researchers in the family? Then you will go to Universeum, the summer country for the curious children.
SKARA SOMMARLAND, (SKARA, VASTERGOTLAND)
Bert Karlsson’s old nurse is still Sweden’s largest water and amusement park. An entry fee is all that is paid, and then it is free to use all 45 attractions throughout the park.
SAGOSTIGEN, (MALMKOPING, SODERMANLAND)
In this beautiful Sormonn environment you will find Sagostigen, a fairyland for children of all ages. Sagostigen is a different fairyland with well-made interiors from fairy tales for children between 2 -12 years old. You will find this ecological and KRAV-labelled idyll outside Malmkoping, in the beautiful nature of Sormland.
FANTOMENLAND, (ESKILSTUNA, SODERMANLAND)
Here you can try the fantasy’s throne in the Death Skull Cave, peek into the crypt where his ancestors are buried and get a glimpse of the treasury’s riches.
JUNIBACKEN, (STOCKHOLM, SODERMANLAND)
Would you like to celebrate the summer with Astrid Lindgren’s characters? Then you can go to Junibacken in Stockholm.
PARK ZOO, (ESKILSTUNA, SODERMANLAND)
The white tigers cannot be found at Parken Zoo in Eskilstuna, but the amusement park is well worth a visit. In the zoo there are rare and exciting species from all over the world, and there is also a play and learning area, numerous rides and the temperate park bath.
SKANSEN, (STOCKHOLM, SODERMANLAND)
Beautiful and cozy Skansen at Royal Djurgarden in Stockholm is actually the world’s first open-air museum. Here you can see most of our Swedish predators, visit the Skansen Aquarium [separate entry] or tap into Lill-Skansen where the children can interact with the animals
GRONA LUND, (STOCKHOLM, SODERMANLAND)
Sweden’s best amusement park is old-fashioned Grona Lund on Djurgarden in Stockholm. Here are about 30 attractions on a relatively small area, which can make the crowds and queues in the most powerful team during the sunniest holiday days. But the environment is so unique and the view is so beautiful that it is worth popping up between families, tourists and all manner of teenage skis to taste one of Stockholm’s most charming places.
Author: Daniyal Buksh