AttractionsRoyal carriages, gilded bridles, uniforms and horses. The world’s finest collection of 19th century carriages. Guided tours only. Groups on request.
Editor´s tipsSwedish glass is sought after all over the world – known for both simplicity and elegance. Creative design ideas combined with skillful craftsmanship are behind this success. There's also a lot to see in Stockholm when it comes to pottery and wood.
AttractionsSkansen consists of the oldest open-air museum in the world and the Stockholm zoo, with a beautiful location on Royal Djurgården and a view over all o...
AttractionsMeet saki monkeys, giant iguanas and yellowbeaked toucans in the misty rain forests. Find everything from big crocs to pygmy marmosets.
Editor´s tipsStockholm, with its 750-year history, royal heritage and rich culture offers a wide range of museums and world-class sights. Here is a selection of attractions for history buffs. All are included in the Stockholm Card!
AttractionsSweden’s biggest harness-racing track, with about 80 race-days per year.
Editor´s tipsWhy not add a little royal splendor to your Stockholm visit? Take the boat out to beautiful Drottningholm Palace, discover armor and jewels at the Royal Armory, or view the art collection of “the painting prince”, Prince Eugen, at Waldemarsudde....
Editor´s tipsIf you're staying over the weekend or you have several days to spend in Stockholm, you should take the opportunity to spend half a day on a trip to Millesgården or Drottningholm Palace, or head out into Stockholm’s amazing archipelago.
Editor´s tipsBring out your inner geek at one of Stockholm's attractions dedicated to science. Here are our suggestions.
Editor´s tipsThere are plenty of Viking horns and T-shirts with moose. Here are top tips for those seeking something else – something with that little extra touch. Farther down you will read more about the places mentioned.
Stockholm Visitors BoardCity of StockholmBox 16282, 103 25 Stockholm, Sweden / Visiting address: Stockholm Visitor Center, Sergels Torg 3Phone: +46 (0)8-508 28 508 (Stockholm Visitor Center), +46 (0)8-508 28 500 (Operator), E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org