Suggestions of guided tours
Photo: Nicho Södling/SVB
Walking Tour in the Stockholm Old Town
The Old town is the historical center of the city and where the history of Stockholm started about one thousand years ago. Stroll the narrow, medieval cobblestone streets and absorb the atmosphere...
Sigtuna at the shore of Lake Mälaren, is the oldest town in Sweden, founded by king Eric the Victorious around the year 980. During one period Sigtuna was the Swedish capital and also a religious c...
Photo: Jeppe Wikström/SBR
The City Hall
The City Hall is Stockholm’s most famous silhouette. It was built of 8 million bricks of which 1 million were handmade. Enjoy visiting the Blue Hall where the Nobel banquet is held each year on the...
Photo: Royal Court
Embark a magnificent vintage steamer close to the City Hall and enjoy a pleasant boat trip on Lake Mälaren ending up in front of the Royal Palace at Drottningholm. Or go there by bus and let the gu...
Photo: Lars Ekdahl
Millesgården Sculpture Park
The Millesgården Sculpture Park was the home and the studio of Sweden’s most celebrated sculptor, Carl Milles. Milles worked for many years as a professor of sculpture at Cranbrook Academy of Arts...
Artist: Ulrik Samuelson Photo:EVW
The Art in the Stockholm Metro
Stockholm Metro is sometimes known as the world’s longest art gallery with its more than 90 stations decorated with art. The architecture is also very special with so called “cave stations” built i...
Photo: Marie Andersson/Skansen
Let a guide show you Skansen, the worlds first open air museum. Inaugurated in 1891 Skansen was the creation of one man, Arthur Hazelius who had a vision of a museum full of life, interesting for b...
Photo: Anneli Karlsson/SMM
The Vasa Museum
The Vasa ship took three and a half years to build and sailed for approximately twenty minutes before she sank in Stockholm’s harbor in 1628.In 1956 the ship was rediscovered by a keen engineer who...
Photo: Moderna Museet
Moderna Museet, the museum of modern art in Stockholm, has one of the world’s finest collections of 20th and 21st century art. The photography collection goes back as far as 1840.In the area around...
Photo: Royal Court
The Royal Palace
The Royal Palace is the King’s official residence. The present-day palace was built after the fire in 1697 which destroyed the old Palace “Three Crowns “.The palace is a large, dark quadrangle shap...
The old shabby harbour- and industrial area, known as Hammarby Port, was planned according to a strict environmental model. The industrial soil was classified, taken away, cleaned and put back. And...
Photo: Magnus Aronson
The National Historical Museum
History from the Viking era to the Middle ages. Here you also find church art and a textile chamber. And in the Gold Room you can admire wunderful golden collars made out of Roman coins.
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