Royal National City Park

Fjäderholm Islands

The Fjäderholm Islands are a popular destination both for tourists and Stockholmers, offering archipelago cuisine, handicrafts and culture.

The Fjäderholm Islands were first mentioned in a contract of sale from 1381. The name is derived from Fierdholmarna, which means islets on the bay.

The islands played a significant role in the 19th century "aquavit war" between LO Smith and the new spirits monopoly in Stockholm. At the beginning of the 1920s, the islands were taken over by the Swedish Navy in order to build a munitions factory.

Today the Fjäderholm Islands are a popular destination both for tourists and Stockholmers. There are regular boat connections between the mainland and the group of islands during the summer months and the islands have much to offer, including archipelago cuisine, handicrafts for sale and culture.

The Royal Djurgården Administration took over responsibility for the islands in 1982 and extensive restoration work was carried out. The Fjäderholm Islands have been part of the Royal National City Park since 1995.

Season 2022

The 2022 season at the Fjäderholm Islands starts 30 April and ends 11 September. See the links below to the boatlines.

Below is contact information to all entrepreneurs on the island. In parenthesis is their position on the map.

Midsummer celebrations

Traditional Swedish Midsummer Eve celebration yearly in June. Don't miss the chance to dance "Små grodorna" ("Little frogs).

The Midsummer celebration on 24th June, 2022, starts at 13:00. The dance around the Maypole starts 14:00.

Boatlines

(1) Waxholmsbolaget, 08-679 58 30, www.waxholmsbolaget.se External link.
(19) Strömma Kanalbolaget, 08-1200 40 00, www.stromma.se External link.
(20) Fjäderholmslinjen, 08-21 55 00, www.fjaderholmslinjen.se External link.

Food and beverages

(8) Fjäderholmarnas Krog, 08-718 33 55, www.fjaderholmarnaskrog.se External link.
(12) Systrarna Degens, 070-942 48 40 , www.systrarnadegen.se External link.
(13) Restaurang Rökeriet, 08-716 50 88, www.rokeriet-fjaderholmarna.se External link.
(14) Fjäderholmarnas Bryggeri, 070-218 44 53, www.fjaderholmarnasbryggeri.se External link.
(18) Röda Villan, 08-21 50 31, www.rodavillan.nu External link.

Handicrafts

(2) Solberga Konfektyr, 070-097 29 44, www.solberga.nu External link.
(2) Elmina & CO, 079-3045766, www.elminaandco.com External link.
(2) Textiltrycket, 073-9134210, carolakastman.blogspot .com External link, opens in new window.
(2) Textilt Uttryck, 070-400 13 75, www.franatillo.com External link.
(2) Krukmakeriet, Facebook: fjaderholmarnaskrukmakeri
(3) Galleriet, 073-947 16 18
(6) Garage by the Sea, (Glashytta), 0708420971, www.thegaragestockholm.se External link.
(7 The Forge, (Smedja), 0706737596, www.rocktheforge.com External link.
15 Fjäderholmarnas Choklad, 070-866 33 97, www.fjaderholmarnachoklad.se External link.

Exhibitions

(9) Allmogebåtar
www.allmogebatarfjaderholmarna.se External link.

Activities

(10) Röda Villans Boulebanor, 08-21 50 31, www.rodavillan.nu External link.

Guest Harbour, Fuel

(21) Sjömacken & Gästhamnskontor, 08-716 39 10, sjostationfjaderholmarna@gmail.com

Conferance, Event

(5) Skärgårdsmagasinets Festvåning, 08-718 33 55, www.fjaderholmarnaskrog.se External link.
(8) Fjäderholmarnas Krog, 08-718 33 55, www.fjaderholmarnaskrog.se
(10) Röda Villans Boulebanor, 08-21 50 31, www.rodavillan.nu External link.
(11) Lillstugan, Fjäderholmarna Konferens, 08-716 30 72, www.systrarnadegen.se External link.
(13) Restaurang Rökeriet, 08-716 50 88, www.rokeriet-fjaderholmarna.se External link.
(16) Samlingssalen, Fjäderholmarna Konferens, 08-716 30 72, www.systrarnadegen.se External link.
(17) Klubbhuset, Fjäderholmarna Konferens, 08-716 30 72, www.systrarnadegen.se External link.

Photos: Jonas Borg

Enjoy the combination of nature, culture and good food. Read more about what to do and see at the island via the links.

Map over the Fjäderholm Islands. Click to enlarge the image.

Map over the Fjäderholm Islands. Click to enlarge the image.

Daily boat trips from Stockholms city starts at the season, for exact dates see the text. Several boat lines will traffic the Fjäderholm Islands. There is also a guest harbour.

Enjoy the archipelago only 30 minutes away from Stockholm city. Spend a few hours or a whole day at beautiful Fjäderholmarna - a great excursion whether you are a family, couple, a group of friends or by yourself.

On the island you will find handicraft studios and shops. There is also an exhibition with rustic boats on the island.

There are several restaurants and cafés on Fjäderholm Ilands, see links in the text.

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