This island is situated between Södermalm and Östermalm. It contains most of Stockholm´s many
museums, beautiful nature and Stockholm´s largest amusement park, Gröna Lund(Green Grove) a
nd the largest zoo, the famous Skansen. In 2003 I visited 2 of the museums: Wasa and
Aquaria. On Djurgården, there is almost no traffic and it is trafficated by some of Stockholm´s
few trams.

In 2010 I didn't visit Djurgåden, but took some photos from afar:

Small ferry from Slussen to Djurgården.

Gröna Lund, Stockholm's most famous amusement park is situated on Djurgåden. It is not very large though.

The bridge to Djurgården from Östermalm.

One of the old time trams to Djurgården has a mobile café!

Part of Djurgården and Södermalm.

Photos from 2003 with a low resolution digicam (sorry about the quality), but with better weather:

Nordiska Muséet (Nordic Museum), a beautiful castle seen from Strandvägen at Östermalm.

The old trams riding a short line from Djurgården to Östermalm via Strandvägen.

Gröna Lund, Stockholm´s famous amusement park is not large, but features Europe´s tallest drop-tower (about 80m).

The Vasa museum as seen from the ferry going to Skeppsholmen from Djurgården. I visited this museum
and watched Gustav Vasa´s legendaric ship that sank on her maiden voyage in 1628 and was saved in the
20th century!

Aquaria museum, the tropical aquarium we visited, featuring strange fishes, sharks and an artificial rain forest.
The aquarium is unfortunately very small compared to others in the world.