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Vasamuseet

Vasamuseet

Ordered by King Gustav II Adolf, a regent obsessed with status symbols, the magnificent ship Vasa sank after only 1,300m in front of spectators on its first journey in August 1628. After several failed attempts the ship was finally... Read More

Stadsteatern

Stadsteatern

With no less than five scenes, the smallest accommodating 60 people and the largest 700, a visit to this modern and progressive theatre could be an intimate experience or a magnificent spectacle. Known for cheeky and humorous... Read More

Spritmuseum

Spritmuseum

This newly opened museum takes you through the bittersweet history of alcohol in two rustic 18th-century naval buildings. It explores the pain and pleasures of alcohol in interactive exhibitions that lets you touch, smell and taste the... Read More

Sjöhistoriska museet

Sjöhistoriska museet

This museum of maritime history is a place where the whole family can discover the role of shipbuilding, merchant shipping and naval defence, today and in the past. The collections comprise some 100,000 objects, including more than... Read More

Nobelmuseet

Nobelmuseet

At the Nobel Museum you will learn about the Nobel Prize, its founder and its recipients. Walk along the timeline and experience ten decades of scientific development and its context in history. Still want more? Check the website for... Read More

Nationalmuseum

Nationalmuseum

While there’s plenty of oil on canvas at the national art gallery, it also puts on exhibitions on design and fashion, both ancient and contemporary, but always with a strong connection to current issues in today’s society. Among the... Read More

Moderna Museet

Moderna Museet

Stockholm’s modern art museum exhibits a wide range of both Swedish and international contemporary art. The permanent collection is chronological, stretches from the beginning of the 20th century until today and features Georges... Read More

Magasin 3

Magasin 3

Housed in a 1930s warehouse in the industrial harbour area of Frihamnen, Magasin 3 shows conceptual installations both by up-and-coming artists and the more established names on its 1,500 square metres. Past exhibits include Ai Weiwei... Read More

Kulturhuset

Kulturhuset

Kulturhuset is a hub for art, literature, theatre, dance and music. Sit down with a book, paper or magazine in one of the cozy, quiet reading spaces, spend a couple of hours in the comic book library (Serieteket) or see an exhibition.... Read More

Fotografiska

Fotografiska

Fotografiska is a centre for modern photography and a one-stop-shop for entertainment. Previous exhibits include Sally Mann, Andy Warhol and David LaChapelle. The lunch restaurant, with a menu by celebrity chef Paul Svensson, has a... Read More

Färgfabriken

Färgfabriken

Probably one of the most experimental culture institutions in town, Färgfabriken puts on cutting-edge exhibitions on art, architecture, design and urban development, often with a good deal of social criticism. Don’t miss out on the... Read More

Dansens hus

Dansens hus

The biggest scene for contemporary dance performance in Sweden attracts dancers from all over the world. From ballet to street dance and modern interpretations of the old classics, there’s a new show almost every week. Check the... Read More

Bio Rio

Bio Rio

With its well-preserved, romantic 1940s aesthetic this is perhaps the most beautiful cinema in Stockholm. As one of the few remaining independent cinemas it shows documentaries and art house films rather than blockbusters, but it always... Read More

Arkitekturmuseet

Arkitekturmuseet

Located in the same building as Moderna Museet, the museum of architecture puts on exhibitions focusing on the role of architecture and design in our everyday lives. The permanent collection is an exposé of Swedish architecture from... Read More

Abbamuseet

Abbamuseet

The Abba Museum opens on the 7 May 2013 in the Swedish Music Hall of Fame (tickets valid throughout the building) and will cover the history of the most successful Swedish band in history, from the breakthrough with Waterloo in 1974 to... Read More


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