23 May Opening hours and prices summer 2017
During June, July and August, the world heritage site is open almost daily 10 am to 5 pm*.
Join one of the guided tours and find out why a radio station from the 1920’s, is inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
Right in front of the antenna park is the radio station, designed by architect Carl Åkerblad. The building holds a world unique long-wave transmitter. Nearby is the world heritage visitor center with shop, café, and a great view of the area.
Entrance to the radio station including guided tour The Day Shift
Adult 120 SEK
Children and youth up to 18 years have free admission
Daily June 1 – August 31*
The Day shift (guided tour in English) 1 and 3 pm. Duration 40 min.
Ticket can be bought in the Visitor centre, or in advance.
Thursdays during June 1 – August 31*
The Technical Shift (guided tour in English with focus on the long wave transmitter) at 2.30 – 4.30 pm. Duration appr. 2 hrs including watching the film Radio Station Grimeton.
Please note that ticket must be bought in advance at the latest by 5 pm the day before.
Entrance to the radio station and guided tour The Technical Shift: Adult 200 SEK
Children and youth up to 18 years have free admission.
Welcome to the World Heritage Grimeton Radio Station!
*Variations in opening hours
June 23: Closed Midsummer’s Eve
July 2: open 10 am to 4 pm on the Alexanderson Day. The program and activities are organized by soceity Alexander GVV.