All you need to know before your visit

Are you planning to come and visit us? How fun! Here we have gathered some information that can be good to know before you visit us.

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Entrance
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Skateways – An ice-covered passage that connects different areas. Imagine a cozy walk in the winter sun … but on skates!
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Love Lane – Here we let love flourish in a romantic scenery with atmospheric music and light
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Alpine Curling – Reminiscent to curling and boules. It’s really fun and no prior knowledge is required.
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Ice Skating Disco – When it gets dark, we create an awesome experience with the help of good beats and disco lights. Here you get the chance to show off your best (and worst) dance moves on skates!
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Skate Cross – An ice rink with slopes, sharp curves and other challenges for the more experienced – and brave – skaters.
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Pond Hockey – A milder form of Hockey without slapshots and tackles. You can rent the Hockey field to play with a group of friends or colleagues, but there will also be tournaments and “try hockey” days.
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Restaurant – Lunch and dinner for the whole family!
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Parking
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Defibrilator
1. Entrance
2. Skateways

An ice-covered passage that connects different areas. Imagine a cozy walk in the winter sun … but on skates!

3. Love Lane 

Here we let love flourish in a romantic scenery with atmospheric music and light

4. Eisstock

Alpine curling is reminiscent to curling and boules. It’s really fun and no prior knowledge is required.

5. Ice-Skating Disco 

When it gets dark, we create an awesome experience with the help of good beats and disco lights. Here you get the chance to show off your best (and worst) dance moves on skates!

6. Ice Cross

An ice rink with slopes, sharp curves and other challenges for the more experienced – and brave – skaters.

7. Pond Hockey 

A milder form of Hockey without slapshots and tackles. You can rent the Hockey field to play with a group of friends or colleagues, but there will also be tournaments and “try hockey” days.

8. Restaurant

The restaurant is open between 10am and 10pm and serves lunch and dinner for the whole family!

9. Parking
10. Defibrilator
Helmets

We encourage everyone to wear helmets out on the ice. We have helmets for rent if you don't have one.

Skates

Do you lack your own skates? Or maybe you have outgrown yours? If so, you can rent a pair on site.

Storage

Lockers are available for rent where you can store your belongings while you are out on the ice.

Accessability

We want everyone to be able to experience the warmth of the ice. Therefore, we have adapted the park so that it is also accessible for wheelchairs.

CPR Educated Staff

Our staff is educated in CPR, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, so that we can assist in case of an emergency.

Defibrillator

We have a defibrillator in the park which increases the chance of survival in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest.

FAQ

Below we have answered some common questions about us and the park. If you don’t find what you are looking for, you are of course welcome to contact us.

Tickets & Rental Equipment

The price for your visit will vary depending on how many you are, your age, and if you need rental equipment.

See the full price list here.

We offer a season pass that gives you entry throughout the season, with a few exceptions. You can buy your season ticket online and on site. You pick up your season ticket from us at the ticket stand no matter where you bought it.

The hockey field can be booked on weekdays between 4pm-10pm and during 10am-10pm on weekends. The ice is washed between passes. The hockey field is not for club activities. You can book the Hockey field for 50 minutes here.

Food & Beverages

Yes! There is a place outdoors under a roof (unheated) where you can eat your own linch bag.

Yes! Our restaurant After Skate Bar & Kitchen serve both lunch and dinner. The restaurant is heated and has alcohol rights.

The restaurant is open between 10am to 10pm, with a few exceptions. The last order is made at 9pm. You can always follow today's opening hours on Instagram.

Yes, we have both bookable tables and tables for drop-in visits. Contact the restaurant to book a table here.
General

Scandinavian Ice Adventure is located on Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 14, between the Maritime History Museum and Villa Källhagen. There are several ways to get to us:

Bus 69 departs from T-centralen and takes 12 minutes, get off at stop Källhagen.
If you come by car, enter Villa Källhagen on the GPS. You can park your car at Källhagen's car park.

No, all ages are welcome.

We are open every day between 10am to 10pm, from November 26th and March 13th. (Opening hours may be subject of change.)

Scandinavian Ice Adventure is an adventure on ice, and there is a lot you can do here. Read more under the section "About the park"!

No, both beginners and professionals are welcome. We have something for everyone!

We have a large selection of skates in various sizes. If you are unsure if there are skates in your size before your visit, you can can make a reservation on the booking page.

As Scandinavian Ice Adventure is located outdoors, your visit will be affected by the weather. We have adapted our ice to all possible weather conditions, but in the event of snow or rain, for example, we recommend that you dress in waterproof clothing. In extreme weather conditions, we may need to adjust our opening hours.

At our Instagram you can find the latest updates.

We recommend that you bring warm clothes that you can move around in. There are both skates and helmets for rent, but it is also possible to bring your own skates and your own helmet.

We have lockers for rent where you can store your belongings. However, we take no responsibility for personal belongings.

There is a part of the restaurant where dogs are welcome. Although dogs are not allowed on the ice.

Safety & Accessability

We strive to make the park as accessible as possible for everyone.

The park is adapted for those who are wheelchair bound and it is possible to bring your wheelchair out on the ice.

If you have thoughts about how we can improve our accessibility, feel free to write to us here.

You are not allowed to bring a bicycle, scooter or skateboard inside the park. Also alcohol or drug- classified substances are not allowed, as well as sharp objects.

All our staff are trained in CPR, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, and have basic knowledge of first aid.

We have two (2) defibrillators in the park. One in the restaurant and one in the ticket kiosk. On the map you see where they are located.

Open 10:00 – 20:00 Monday-Sunday

We accept Visa and Mastercard as payment.