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Midsummer at Skansen

This year's midsummer will be different but still enjoyable! To visit Skansen during June 19–21 this year you will need a special midsummer ticket. This is to make sure that we follow the authorities laws and guidelines.


These activities you can take part of at lots of places at Skansen, not just one. Please read the programme to see everything it has to offer.

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Fri 19/6 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat 20/6 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM, 
Sun 21/6 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Midsummer at Skansen 2020

Midsummer at Skansen is one of our most popular events. To follow authorities' rules and guidelines and be able to offer a safe and enjoyable experience for our guest we have set a limit to the number of guests that will be able to visiting Skansen during June 19-21.

To visit us during these three days you must have a special midsummer ticket. This also applies to our guests with annual passes.

To prevent larger groups of people from gathering, there will be no dance and no raising of the maypole this year.

The tickets are sold through Ticketmaster. Buy your midsummer ticket here!


An administrations fee is included in the price.

  • Adult: 245 kr
  • Pensioner/student: 225 kr
  • Child: 80 kr
  • Guests with an annual pass: 60 kr (entrance fee for one child, 4-15 years old, is included*. You need to show your annual pass at the entrance.)
  • Buy Skansen's annual pass + midsummer ticket: 375 kr (entrance fee for one child, 4-15 years old, is included*)
  • Buy Skansen's annual pass for Pensioner/Student + midsummer ticket: 355 kr (entrance fee for one child, 4-15 years old, is included*)

*Children, 4–15 years old, accompanying an adult with an annual pass will need a ticket. You can add this ticket to your purchase in the ticket shop at no extra cost. This is to make sure that we do not exceed our maximum limit of guests. Children 0–3 years old do not need at ticket.

We wish you a safe and pleasant midsummer!

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