AttractionsThe noise of the city seems infinitely far away in the grove on the hill. Observatorielunden is a green oasis only a stone’s throw from the throbbing pulse of Drottninggatan. Exactly as the name implies, there’s an observatory in the...
AttractionsThe only museum in Sweden showing postal and philatelic history and how the Post works today. Children’s workshop is open weekends 12 noon-3pm. Shop and Restaurant.
AttractionsPrince Eugene’s former home is one of Sweden’s most popular art museums.
AttractionsAn adventurous way to experience Stockholm and the archipelago from the water, at high speed with a so called Rigid Inflatable Boat.
AttractionsSee Stockholm from the rooftops on a guided tour, well secured with safety equipment. It’s a unique combination of climbing and sightseeing – for people not afraid of heights.
AttractionsThis royal residence on the island of Djurgården, built for King Karl XIV Johan, is an outstanding example of Swedish Empire style.
AttractionsRosersberg Palace is a royal residence with furnishings
intact from the reigns of Karl XIII and Karl XIV Johan.
AttractionsThe world’s first national urban park is a green
lung forming an arc more than six miles long, stretching
around and through the city.
AttractionsRålambshovsparken on Kungsholmen is a popular park for activities during the summer. The park is located between two popular residential areas, with a great view over Riddarfjärden, City Hall and Gamla Stan. People come here to play...
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 of Stockholm.