Discover Hagaparken with audio guide

Discover Haga Park with the audio guide - a simple and exciting guide around the park.
Haga Park is perhaps Sweden's foremost example of an "English park." This style of park emerged in England during the mid 18th century, and takes its inspiration from the natural environment, with softly formed lawns, called pelouses, interplayed with dark areas of woodland and semi-open pasture.

The style was inspired by ancient times, Italy and China, and is characterised by winding paths, arbours and magnificent trees. Architect Fredrik Magnus Piper had a huge influence on the design of the park.

The audio guide comprises 14 guide points, each with a talking time of approximately three minutes. Each speaking point is listened to separately, so you do not need to follow a special trail. The guide is available in Swedish and English.

The audio guide is available for free via your mobile phone (for the cost of a call), or by downloading the information to an MP3 player; see links in the top right hand corner.

You can listen via telephone by calling
+46 (0)8 551 171 70. Ordinary call charges apply.

The audio guide is a collaboration between the City of Solna, the National Property Board and the Office of the Governor of the Royal Palaces.