If you’ve got a skater girl or boy in your midst, you might want to check out Rålambshovsparken. It’s brilliantly cared for and Stockholm Suburban Surfers hold events and activities for kids during the summer months.


But, not only does Rålambshovs have a great skate facility, the lekplats is pretty amazing, too. It has a multitude of play areas and splash ponds, as well as mud-pie kitchens, spooky forest and indoor facilities.


Check out Rålis Skatepark on Facebook or the Lekpark on the Stockholm Stad website.


Rålamshovsparken gets the number 3 spot because of it’s extensive play ground/lekpark that the Kungsholmen öppna förskola sits within.

The öppna förskola itself is ok, it could do with some touch ups here and there. But, the staff are lovely and there are plenty of toys for all ages to play with.

The lekpark outside is fantastic. It has multiple sand pits and mud kitchens, splash ponds and swings, slides and a mud garage, too. There’s a “spooky forest” and outdoor puzzles.

Opening times are dependent on age group:
Kids: 0-5 years
Monday and Wednesday
Singing 10.00 and 13.00

Kids: 0 – up to 10 months
Tuesday and Thursday
Singing 10.30 och 13.00

Baby: 0 – 5 months
Sing 10.30

If you’d like more information about play groups in Stockholm you can find our top picks in Top 10 Öppna Förskola in Stockholm.