Accreditations for the Swedish National Day June 6

On June 6th we celebrate the Swedish National Day at Skansen. 

The press area is limited to five photographers standing, and 10 reporters or photographers sitting. We will book you for a seat or area for standing in the order you mail or contact us. The last day for media accreditation is May 30. 

To get an accreditation we need your passport number or other valid id card number. The press badge will be issued at the main entrance - see information posters at arrival. To be able to get your badge you need to identify yourself with the id card or passport you´ve referred to in the accreditation application.

Please also note the following:

The Djurgården island is closed off for traffic in the afternoon. The press area is open from 5 pm to 6.15 pm.

The program on the Solliden stage starts appr. 6.30 pm. Around that time the royal family arrives in horsedrawn carriages.

For more information please contact the press officer at Skansen  Christina Hamnqvist, +46 729 83 79 55

About Us

Skansen is one of Sweden's leading tourist attractions with more than 1,3 million visitors annually, many of them foreign tourists. People come from far and wide to see the unique collection of historical buildings from all over Sweden as well as the Scandinavian wild and domestic animals and the exotic fauna at the Aquarium. Skansen has its own stage for concerts, a lively town quarter, a hot-glass workshop, other craft workshops, cafés, restaurants and shops; and a fantastic view of Stockholm. On our website you can find information in several languages.