The venue, Tyrol, is a part of Gröna Lund on Djurgården in Stockholm. Tyrol has its own entrance and the address is Lilla Allmänna Gränd 2, 115 21 Stockholm
Tyrol can be reached by bus number 67, or the tram to the station Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund, or by ferry on the Djurgårds ferry from Slussen on Södermalm to Allmänna Gränd. Please visit http://www.sl.se for timetables.
Travel by public transport is recommended as Djurgården is sometimes difficult to access by car due to restricted traffic.
It is a 20 minute walk from Sergels Torg.
There is a very limited number of parking spots around Djurgården so travel by public transport is recommended. There are a few disabled parking places, but please bear in mind that Djurgården can be difficult to access and is sometimes closed to all traffic other than public transport.
Accessibility for disabled patrons
Manual wheelchairs enter through the main entrance. Our guests in wheelchairs will be placed on the ground floor inside the restaurant.
For electric wheelchairs, please inform the security guard on arrival at the main entrance for assistance to a separate entrance.
Please note that you need to purchase a wheelchair ticket so the restaurant can prepare an appropriate table on the ground floor. Companions also need to purchase a ticket but will only pay for the food.
Pop House Hotel is recommended and is just a few steps away from Tyrol, and in the same building as ABBA The Museum. Around the corner is Skansen, Gröna Lund and Cirkus and there are lots of good walking and jogging paths.
Tourist office contact:
For more information about Stockholm and what there is to do, see Visit Stockholm’s website or visit the tourist office at Kulturhuset, Sergels Torg 5 in the middle of the city.