Aquaria is located on the Djurgården waterfront with views across to Stadsgården quay on Södermalm. Here are your options for getting here:


By bus or tram

Tram number 7 from Kungsträdgården towards Waldermarsudde and bus 67 will drop you off close to Aquaria. Get off at the Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund bus stop and then walk right, take the first left towards the water and you will spot us.


The tram leaves Norrmalmstorg every 7-8 minutes and stops at Nybroplan and Djurgården bridge. Bus 67 is easiest to catch at Karlaplan metro station.


For more information about tram & bus schedules, visit SL's traffic information.


By public ferry

The ferry terminal is a short walk from Aquaria. Alight from the boat and take the first left across the parking lot and you’ll find us on the other side.


Djurgården ferries depart from Slussen. The trip from Slussen takes around 8 minutes and affords a beautiful view of Skeppsholmen and the harbour. There are always staff onboard to help with strollers, wheel chairs etc. SL-tickets are valid on the ferry.


For more information about the service, visit Waxholmsbolaget.


Strömma Hop on Hop off: This Hop On – Hop Off boat sightseeing tour starts at the Royal Palace and includes many popular attractions. The boat docks by the entrance to the Gröna Lund amusement park. The Stockholm explorer ticket costs 200 SEK, is valid for 24 hours and includes entrance to Gröna Lund.


For more information about the service, visit Strömma.


By bike or on foot

Why not take a truly beautiful stroll to Aquaria? Walk over Djurgården bridge and continue along Djurgårdsvägen past Nordiska Museet. You can also take the pedestrian route through Galärparken, along the waterfront and past the Vasa Museum.

The walk from Djurgården bridge takes around 10 minutes, depending on how fast you walk and how often you stop to take in the wonders of Djurgården along the way.


By car

Djurgården is accessible for private vehicle access throughout the year and Aquaria is located next to a parking lot which lies between us and Gröna Lund. Outside of the summer, parking options are plentiful. As space to park can’t be guaranteed during the summer, we recommend our guests to use public transport or enjoy the walk to Djurgården.


Djurgården bridge is closed to general traffic on Saturdays and Sundays from 11-18.00, and some Tuesday evenings, during the summer months. We recommend guests to use public transport alternatives or to enjoy the walk.


There are several conveniently located parking lots in the outskirts of the city (see below for more details) as well as Parkaden on Regeringsgatan for those wishing to drive into the city centre.


Which direction are you coming from?


E4 from the south: Park at Flemingsberg or Älvsjö station. Continue by commuter train to Stockholm Central station and take the tram (7) from there to Djurgården.


E4 from the north: Park at the Wennergren Centre and take bus 52 to Sergels Torg. Change to tram (7) bound for Djurgården.


E18 from the west: Park at the Wennergren Centre and take bus 52 to Sergels Torg. Change to tram (7) bound for Djurgården.


E18 from the north: Leave your car on the opposite side of the motorway near Danderyd Sjukhus and take the metro to Tekniska Högskolan. Then change to bus 67 bound for Djurgården.