Guided Tours - Världsarvet Grimeton Radiostation
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Guided Tours

The best way to experience the World Heritage Grimeton Radio Station is to come along on a guided tour. Our guides tell about the radio station’s history, what happens on the site today and why the site is inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

Guided tours

 

The Day Shift

The Day Shift is a guided tour that takes the visitor through the history of the radio station, från the 1920’s and until today. The Day Shift is part of the program during opening hours on weekends and public holidays in May and September 10 am to 3 pm and also during June, July and August when the site is open almost daily 10 am to 5 pm (variations occur).

 

Entrance to the radio station and a reservation to the guided tour The Day Shift can be bought at the visitor center or in the calendar below. Children and youth up to 18 years have free entrance to the radio station and the guided tour “The Dayshift”.

 

The Technical Shift

The Technical Shift is a special guided tour on Thursdays 3.30 to 5 pm during the summer where the guide tells about the technic of the long wave transmitter more closely. Children and youth up to 18 years have free entrance to the radio station and the guided tour “The Technical hift”. Please note that participation must be bought in advance in the calendar below by 4 pm at the latest the day before.

 

Private guided tour

It is possible to book a private guided tour throughout the year. A good start or finish of the visit can be to sit down in the world heritage visitor centre for a coffe. The facility has room for 64 sitting visitors and when needed more places can be arranged. Click here to send a private guided tour enquiry.

Heritage is our legacy from the past, what we live with today, and what we pass on to future generations. Our cultural and natural heritage are both irreplaceable sources of life and inspiration. /UNESCO