Welcome to the Grimeton Radio Station World Heritage Site

More than 100 years ago, inventor Ernst Alexanderson was experimenting on the other side of the Atlantic. What he didn’t know then was that his invention would pave the way for the emergence of the wireless society. In 2004, Grimeton Radio Station was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List of unique natural and cultural heritage sites worthy of preservation for the future. That’s partly because the station at Grimeton is the only one of its kind left that shows what wireless technology looked like in its early years of development, and also what it has made possible for humans in terms of technology.

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Current Activities

Opening hours
Visitors Center/Café

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Other ways of experiencing the World Heritage Site:

• Self Check-in
• Booked groups
• The Examination
• Operation Palmqvist
• Transmission
• The Walk

Exercise Hawk Eye

(Grimeton Academy)

A dizzying high-altitude adventure
Guided climb of a 127-meter-high antenna tower.

The Sabotage

(Grimeton Academy)

Avoid destruction in the area, you need to be observant. The Sabotage puts your detective skills to the test.

Press, News & Events

Be updated about what is coming up next at World Heritage Grimeton.

SAQ Christmas transmission to the world

Global reach, mulled wine and ginger cookies. Book you free ticket to Transmitter Hall, watch the live stream on Youtube or tune in the right frequence.

Group booking

Discover the site with your friends and loved ones by booking one of the many exciting world heritage activities.

Self Check-in

Experience a more tranquil World Heritage Site or even, if you’re lucky, have it all to yourself by purchasing a Self Check-in ticket.

Conference at a world heritage site

For almost a hundred years, Grimeton Radio Station has been helping people communicate and connect. And we aim to continue doing so.

Before visiting

Have you prepared for your visit? Here is all the important information needed prior to visiting.

Help preserve a world heritage site

All contributions and donations go directly to the preservation of the radio station, and both small and large contributions are welcome. See how you can contribute.