How we handle the covid-19 pandemic
We are happy to welcome our visitors back to Tom Tits Experiment! We open carefully and has prepared so that your visit will be safe.
Monday-Friday 10.00-17.00, weekends 10.00-18.00
Adults: 150 SEK
Children aged 3-15: 120 SEK
Children aged 0-2: Free
Seniors and students: 120 SEK
Buy your ticket in advance
We only accept pre purchased tickets. Buy tickets before you arrive. We allow a limited number of people per day. You can pre-purchase tickets no earlier than two weeks before your visit.
Yearly season tickets are valid again
All yearly season tickets are re-activated. The time we have been closed, i.e. 94 days, is added to the validity period of all yearly season tickets.
As usual, it is not possible to pre-book your visit if you have a yearly season ticket, but we will have some reserved spots for yearly season ticket customers. We allow a limited number of visitors per day and if you want to be completely sure to get in, we recommend that you come early.
What is open?
Our large park is open, with all of its exciting experiments, nice green areas and over 8 000 square meters to move around. Do you need to cool down for a while? Try our fun water experiments! This year you can also explore our new temporary exhibition Dinosauria, with its uniquely designed dinosaurs in natural size!
Our organic cafe on floor 2 is open. Here you will find simple dishes, pastries, coffee, drinks, homemade bread and a yummy ice cream parlour. Visitors are encouraged to bring their food outside to avoid crowds on floor 2. You can also bring your own food and enjoy it in the park (just remember to throw your garbage in the bin!).
The toilets on floor 1 and 2 are open.
What is closed?
In order to reduce the spread of covid-19, all exhibitions inside our house are closed. The attractions in the park are also closed.
Our buffet restaurant is closed this summer, but the cafe on floor 2 is open if you are hungry or crave an ice cream!
The storage lockers are unfortunately not available.
Our shop is closed, but some of our most popular products can be bought at the entry desk. Ask the staff for more information.
Keep your distance
Our park is over 8 000 square meters large, so there is no need to be crowded. We allow a limited number of visitors per day to avoid crowds.
At places where crowding may occur, such as in queues to the cafe or toilets, we help our visitors to keep at least 2 meters distance from each other through markings and signs. The tables on the cafe terrace are placed at a safe distance.
To avoid crowding in the cafe on floor 2, we ask that all strollers stay on the ground floor.
We have expanded our cleaning routines to reduce the risk of infection. Areas that are extra exposed and often in contact with hands are cleaned more frequently. Hand sanitizer is available both indoors and outdoors.
To further protect both visitors and staff, plexiglass covers are placed at the cash registers. In addition, there are no handling of cash in either the entrance or the cafe. You are welcome to pay with card or Swish!
The lift to floor 2 is dedicated to visitors with reduced mobility. Ask the staff at the entry desk if you need to use the lift. We ask that all strollers stay on ground level to avoid crowding on floor 2.
In the new exhibition Dinosauria, accessibility is affected to some extent. In some places the ground consists of grass and gravel, which affects the accessibility of wheelchairs, for example.
Good to know
We want to emphasize that visitors are responsible to keep enough distance to each other, respect guidelines and signs and be considerate, both to other visitors and to our staff. These are very special times and it is our shared responsibility to protect each other against covid-19. Thank you for helping! <3
Tom Tits are closely following updates regarding the corona pandemic, as well as guidelines and decisions from authorities and the Swedish government. We continue our work to slow down the spread of covid-19 and are ready to make changes if required.
This information is continuously updated and written with reservation for changes. For the latest updated information from the Swedish authorities, visit krisinformation.se/en