Wow - get your comfy shoes on - there’s loads to do and see here - not that cheap for us with children aged 12-15 it was about £80.
From aquariums, mini zoo ( meerkats, monkeys, crocodiles, sloths, snakes and insects - you pay a bit extra to do this bit) to many old houses from the 1920’s - schools, farms, houses ( lots with grass roofs) and people who explain the history of the house you’re in - to lots of Nordic animals ( wolverines, wolves, lynx and bears) all the enclosures were spacious and well done - animals seemed really healthy- amusements for little ones - a lovely carousel and a little town with a bakery selling pretzels, cinnamon buns and a lovely ( but expensive ) glass shop- where you can watch the glass blower at work.
Plenty of places to buy Swedish items and souvenirs and various cafes and burger joints. I struggled to find any salads left or vegan food even though they were on the menus.
There’s a little train that takes you around and also a science centre - really well done - to engage and learn about the Baltic Sea and it’s marine life.
Really lovely flowers all round the whole park.
Everyone speaks really good English. Even with screen addicted teenagers we easily spent the whole day here. Would recommend.