The easiest way to buy tickets is via our online shop. It is also possible to buy an entrance ticket at the Visitor Center.
We accept cards, cash and Swish payments.
We are open all year around, read more about how you can visit Grimeton on the opening hour page.
The six antenna towers of the Grimeton World Heritage Site are clearly visible as you approach the destination.
From the E6 motorway: From the E6, take exit 53 from the south or exit 54 from the north. From the exits, follow the signs for “Radiostationen Grimeton”.
From Varberg or Värnamo (Ullared): From Varberg or Värnamo (Ullared): Follow road 153 toward Värnamo or Varberg. As you approach the destination, follow the signs to “Radiostationen Grimeton”.
By public transportation
From Varberg on bus 661 or the Åkturen bus. The bus stop is Grimeton Radiostation. Timetables Hallandstrafiken
Parking is available adjacent to the Visitor Center.
Unfortunately, we do not have any storage facilities for bags.
Café and shop
The café and shop are open during the normal opening hours of the Grimeton World Heritage Site. The café serves pastries, beverages and light lunches.
Food brought with you
It is not permitted to use the furniture inside or outside the Visitor Center while eating food that you have brought with you.
It is not allowed to use your own barbecue or to make a fire on the site. The World Heritage Site’s electric grill can be used (separate ticket).
Available in the Visitor Center and the Transmitter Hall. Accessible toilets are available in the Visitor Center and the Transmitter Hall.
Baby changing facilities
Available in the accessible toilets in the Visitor Center and the Transmitter Hall.
We recommend dressing with the right clothes for the weather conditions. Grimeton Radio Station was not built with visitors in mind and you are therefore noticeably exposed to sun, rain or wind when moving between the visitor buildings. For our additional activities, we also recommend comfortable clothing.
The Grimeton World Heritage Site has 10 pitches for motorhomes. These are subject to a fee in the case of overnight stays.
Photography and filming
Photography and filming are permitted for private use only. Drones are prohibited.
Animals are not allowed on the premises, with the exception of guide and assistance dogs.
Radio transmission activities
Grimeton Radio Station is still an active site for radio communication. Please pay attention to and respect the signs and boundaries around the visitor area, as equipment, antennas and wires are in use outside that area. During operation, these give rise to electromagnetic fields, but as long as the restrictions are followed, the site considers the exposure to which visitors may be exposed during their visit extremely low. Nevertheless, people with medical implants and pregnant women should avoid being too close when the Alexanderson transmitter is started.
We hereby inform you that the World Heritage Site staff follow the recommendations of the Public Health Agency of Sweden and activities are adapted accordingly. We ask visitors to do the same by:
– staying at home if you have symptoms of a cold
– washing your hands often with soap and water or antibacterial hand gel
– keeping distance from others.
More to do close by
Check out Momondo’s Varberg Guide for more travel inspiration when you are in our neighbourhood.
If you have any questions about your visit, you are welcome to contact us for more information:
Telephone: +46 (0) 340-674190.