During weekends and school holidays we get a lot of visitors. To avoid long queues, visit us at opening preferably on a sunny day.
Washing you hands regularly with soap and warm water. Hand sanitizer can be used in addition to hand washing.
Avoid touching your face or eyes.
To avoid infecting others or contaminating your hands, use your arm to cover your face while coughing or sneezing or use a handkerchief.
Stay home if you’re sick or if you have any of the symptoms associated with the coronavirus: dry cough, fevers or breathing difficulties.
In order to create the right atmosphere in our “continent-inspired” displays, some of the walking paths are narrow, uneven and of varying gradients. As a result, prams can be a bit inconvenient to move around inside the animal exhibits. They can make it crowded for both yourself and other visitors. Our suggestion is to use a carrier and leave the pram at our “pram parking” by the entrance or leave it in the car. We have baby changing tables in the toilets at entrance level and on the 2nd floor.
Our tropical exhibits have tropical temperatures! In some parts of the building, we have 80% humidity and 25-30 degrees Celsius. We have a coat room but we´re not responsible for any valuables left there.
It’s possible to access all parts of Tropikariet with a wheelchair or a walker, however the paths through our exhibits are uneven, narrow and with a gradient in some places. In some areas the gradient is greater than 5%. Therefore, we recommend wheelchair users to have a companion with them. 1 companion with approved Swedish companion card (ledsagarkort) gets free admission when accompanying the person in need of assistance. We have an elevator between our exhibit floors. There are wheelchair accessible toilets at basement level and on the third floor. We have disability parking close to the entrance.
Tropikariet is actively monitoring the Covid-19 situation and follows the recommendations from the Swedish Health Authorities (folkhälsomyndigheten)