We visited the park with our 22 yr old son while on a Stockholm city break. It costs £10 each to get in and ride tickets are purchased once inside. There are various prices and options for buying ride tickets, and we went for the all day pass at about £34 each. This includes all the rides unlimited for the day. ( you have to pay £4 extra for the haunted house attraction though, but dont bother - its not as good as the ghost train, which is included in the all day price ticket!).
To be fair, the rides are good quality and highly enjoyable. The flying chairs attraction is the highest in the world- and quite scary!! ( but enjoyable).
We spent from 10.45 until 18.45 in the park and thought it was great. There are plenty of places to eat and buy snacks / drinks, but you could take your own if prefered. There is a main stage there too, which attracts live bands throughout the season. (Check online to see whats coming up.)
Like most of Stockholm , i suppose its quite expensive, but with the time we spent in there, i think its good value. We werent disappointed and had a great fun dayout.
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