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Jaume Plensa's sculpture "Ainsa IV" at Artipelag in the Stockholm archipelago

Photo: Samuel Lind

Categories: Attractions

Archipelago attractions

Publish date: 22 April 2021

Due to the current situation with the coronavirus Covid-19, many museums have limited opening hours only admitting a reduced number of visitors at any given time. Some are temporarily closed. We reserve ourselves for any errors in this guide and refer directly to the museums for further questions.

The archipelago is packed with culture. Explore forts and citadels, as well as art exhibitions, museums, and events. It is easy to see how the archipelago inspired some of Sweden’s most famous artists and writers.