Welcome to the Tourist Center Köpmansgatan 22 in the Old Town of Stockholm. It is located in the very heart of the city, close to the Big square ( Stortorget) and The Royal Palace.

We can help you with many things you need during your stay in Stockholm from free maps, brochures, leaflets and tips where to go and what to see in the city to Stockholm Pass and guided tours by bus and boat. We will be happy to answer your questions and assist you with information about museums, attractions and activities in Stockholm. In our shop you can buy typical Swedish souvenirs that represent the country.


By December, Sweden has very few hours of daylight. The first Sunday of Advent comes as an eagerly awaited sign that Christmas is approaching. Time to light the candles, heat up the mulled wine, or glögg, and get into the Christmas mood.

The Royal Palace of Stockholm 

Times for the guided tours Guided tours in English.
15/9 2016–30/4 2017 10.30 The Royal Apartments; 11.30 The Treasury; 14.30

The Royal Apartments Guided tours in Russian.

2017/2018: 27/12–31/12 , 2/1–7/1; 14.00 and 15.00 – 1/1

Guided tours in Chinese.

14.00 – 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29/6 2017; 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29/7 2017; 3, 5, 10, 12, 16, 17, 19, 23, 24, 26, 31/8 2017

Guided Old Town Walkabout

English & Russian Tours Mon - Fri 13.00,
Starting point: Tourist Center Köpmangatan 22, Old City.


Free entry to top Stockholm attractions The Stockholm Pass gives you free entry to over 60 top attractions, including sightseeing tours, museums and monuments. 

1 jour (adulte)  595 SEK
1 jour (enfant)  298 SEK

2 jours (adulte)  795 SEK
2 jours ( enfant) 398 SEK

3 jours (adulte)  995 SEK
3 jours (enfant)  448 SEK

5 jours (adulte) 1 295 SEK
5 jours (enfant)   648 SEK

Drottningholm Palace 


Times for the guided tours
Guided tours in Russian.
2018: 13.00 – 2, 3, 4, 5/1 
Guided tours in Chinese. 13.30 – 16, 23, 30/6 2017; 7, 14, 18, 21, 25, 28/7 2017; 1, 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 22/8 2017 









12.00, 14.00

Swe, Eng




12.00, 14.00

Swe, Eng




12.00, 14.00

Swe, Eng




10.00, 12.00,
14.00, 16.00

Swe, Eng




12.00, 14.00

Swe, Eng




12.00, 14.00

Swe, Eng

During the period Oct–April the tour is included in the admission, during May–September the tour costs 30 SEK

Kulturnatt Stockholm 

On 21th of April 2018 Stockholm Culture Night rolls out the purple carpet and culturists throughout the city stand united offering a buffet of art, music and dance to celebrate Stockholm's cultural diversity. Date: 21th of April, 2018 Time: 18:00 - 24:00 Admission: Free of charge.
More information

A Taste of Stockholm 1-5 june 2018

Smaka på Stockholm (A Taste of Stockholm) is the early summer food festival in Sweden. Every year it attracts more than 350 000 visitors all with a shared interest in food and drink. Smaka på Stockholm is one of Swedens largest annual events – despite the big shoes we work hard at leaving as small a footprint as possible on the environment. More information

The National Day of Sweden

Swedes celebrate their National Day on 6 June in honour of two historical events. On 6 June 1523, Gustav Vasa was elected king, and on the same date in 1809, the country adopted a new constitution. Not known for displaying their national pride, this day offers a rare chance to see Swedes waving the flag. More information

ASICS Stockholm Marathon

On Saturday 2 June 2018 the ASICS Stockholm Marathon will take place for the 40th consecutive year. To run a marathon – 42,195 metres - through the streets of Stockholm is simply a once-in-a-lifetime experience. It’s a challenge, an unforgettable feeling. Welcome to the world’s most beautiful marathon! Read More

EuroPride 2018 Stockholm Göteborg

Stockholm Pride remains the largest Pride Festival in Scandinavia since 1998. Stockholm Pride strives to raise awareness for LGBT+ issues, and create a safe zone for LGBT+ people and the gender expressions within the LGBT+ community. We believe that love and equality should exist everywhere. Read More

Stockholm Half Marathon 

The 18th Stockholm Half Marathon will be staged on Saturday 15 September 2018. This will be a race to remember!
21.1 kilometres through central Stockholm.
Start and finish at the Royal Palace. First class service for all the participants. Read More


Changing of the Guard takes place every day of the year on weekdays and Saturdays at 12:15,  on Sundays and holidays at 13:15.  The changing of the guard takes about 40 minutes. However, the ceremonial march through central Stockholm, accompanied by a full military band, is usually only possible from May to August.

Sweden’s 29 national parks

represent a magnificent collection of contrasting landscape types and experiences. In these national parks, you can wander through leafy beech woods and imposing mountains and experience thriving coral reefs,rolling sand dunes, magical forests and much, much more! About Sweden's National Parks

Michelin Guide 2017 - Swedish Restaurants

Oaxen Krog**, 
Imouto*, Sushi Sho*, Esperanto*, Volt, Gastrologik*, 
Mathias Dahlgren Matbaren*, Operakällaren*, 

Göteborg  Bhoga*, Thörnströms Kök*, 28+*, Sjömagasinet*, 
Koka*, SK Mat & Människor*, Upper House*

Vollmers**, Bloom in the Park*, Sture*

Fäviken Magasinet**
Hotell Borgholm*
Skåne Tranås 
Daniel Berlin*
PM & Vänner*

The Royal National City Park

is the capital’s green oasis. Only a stone’s throw from the city centre of Stockholm you can experience a unique historic landscape interwoven with parkland, beautiful buildings, woods and forests, open land and beaches. You can everything here, from strolling in ancient forests and swimming off rocks to visiting stately homes and museums. The park stretches from Sörentorp and Ulriksdal in the north to Djurgården and the Fjäderholm islands in the south. It spans three municipalities: Solna, Stockholm and Lidingö. Little wonder that this is the most well-visited recreational area in the Stockholm region today. Read More

Museums in Stockholm that are open at evening hours

Arkdes – Swedish centre for architecture and design:
Tuesday, Friday 10–20
The Army Museum:
Tuesday 11–20
Bonniers Konsthall: Wednesday 12–20
Moderna Museet: Tuesday, Friday 10–20
Museum of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Antiquities:
Tuesday–Friday 12–20
Museum of Medieval Stockholm:
Wednesday 12–20
The Nobel Museum:
Tuesday 11–20
Nordic Museum:
Wednesday 10–20
Museum of Ethnography:
Wednesday 11–20
Thiel Gallery: Thursday 12–20
Museum of Science and Technology:
Wednesday 10–20
Swedish History Museum:
Wednesday 11–20
Vasa Museum:
Wednesday 10–20
Swedish Museum of Photography:
Sunday–Wednesday 9 am–11pm,
Thursday–Saturday 9 am-1 am
The working hours can be different. We recommend to check it also online. We can help you in The Tourist Center with this as well.