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Guided tours

Museum of Dance and Movement

Guided tours in English:
11:00 – 12, 19, 26/6 2019;
11:00 – 3, 10, 17, 24, 31/7 2019;
11:00 – 7, 14, 21, 28/8 2019.

Guided tours in Chinese:
11:00 – 9, 16, 23, 30/7 2019;
11:00 – 6, 7, 31/8 2019.

Guided tours in Russian:
11:00 – 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26/7 2019;
11:00 – 1, 2, 8, 9/8 2019;
11:00 – 27, 28/12 2019;
11:00 – 3, 4/1 2020.

Here you can find Rolf de Maré’s unique collections of paintings, costumes and objects associated
with dance and theatre from around the world. Explore rare cultural treasures from Asia, Africa and North
America. Artworks by Fernand Léger, Francis Picabia and Leon Bakst are part of the Dansmuseet collection.
The museum also houses one of the world’s leading collections of dance costumes from
Diaghilev’s legendary Ballets Russes. Some of them are shown
in the temporary exhibition Sleeping Beauty – Fairy Tale, Dance
and Dreams with other spectacular costumes from different
productions of the ballet Sleeping Beauty (until 2018-08-19).
The museum is located on Drottninggatan, in the very heart
of Stockholm City. Come and enjoy the exhibitions, museum
shop and the popular bistro.

The Royal Armoury

Experience Sweden´s royal history in the cellar-vault of the Royal Palace saturated with various historic events. Take part in the decisive moments of the Swedish history!
Get acquainted with Streiff, Gustav II Adolf´s horse, the one that king was riding when he was hit with a deadly shot near the city of Lutzen in 1632.
Ponder on Queen Kristina´s decision of leaving her throne in 1654 when you are at the stand with textile fragments taken out of her grave in Rome. Have a closer look at the clothing worn by      Gustav III at the fatal masquerade ball in 1792.

Drottningholm Palace

Opening hours: January–April, October-December
Guided tours:
11:30 and 13:30 in English
12:30 and 14:30 in Swedish
Family activities 10:30 Saturdays and Sundays
May–September 10:30, 11:30, 13:30, 15:30 in English
12:30 and 14:30 in Swedish

Guided tour in Chinese
June: 7, 14, 21, 28, kl. 13:00
July: 5, 12, 19, 26, 13:00
August: 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 13:00

Guided tours in Russian:
Daily: 31 December 2019 – 05 January 2020
December: 31 13:00
January: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 13:00

Welcome to the World Heritage Site of Drottningholm, where you can discover a world-class historic environment. Drottningholm Palace is a part of UNESCO’s World Heritage list. It was erected in the 18th Century and is considered to be the most  well-preserved Royal Palace in Sweden. Drottningholm Palace is also representative of all European architecture of that period. Together with the exotic Chinese Pavilion, the Court Theatre and the magnificent Palace Park, it is a truly unique location.

 

An historical journey through Swedish handicraft

Language: English
15:00
Duration: 25–30 minutes
Free admission, drop in
Maximum number of seats: 15
Meeting point: Tourist Center Österlånggatan 35
The schedule looks as follows:
Monday:  Dala horses (Dalecarlian horses)
Tuesday:  Historical glasses
Wednesday:  Kosta Boda & Orrefors Crystal Collection
Thursday:  Gustavsberg’s Collection
Friday:  Astrid Lindgren’s Pippi Longstocking

We want to create an unforgettable experience!
You are very welcome!

The Vasa museum

Guided tours in English
Join a guided tour around the ship and listen to the history of Vasa.
Saturdays-Sundays 10:30 AM, 11:30 AM, 12:30 PM, 1:30 PM, 2:30 PM, 3:30 PM
Monday-Friday 11:30 AM, 1:30 PM, 3:30 PM
Location: Ground floor, left side of the ship

1 June - 31 August: Daily 8.30-18
1 September - 31 May: Daily 10-17
(Wednesdays 10-20)

The Riddarholmen Church

Guided tours, the Riddarholmen Church
Times for guided tours
1 May–30 September: In Swedish at 13:30, in English at 14:30
During the summer months several guided tours are available to visitors. These tours cannot be booked in advance. For pre-booking for large groups see Group Visits. A guided tour takes approximately 45 minutes. To follow a guided tour simply buy your entrance and tour ticket and meet at the designated time and place for the start of the tour.
The Riddarholm Church is the final resting place of the Swedish kings and Stockholm's only preserved medieval monastery church.
With the one exception of Queen Christina, all succeeding rulers of Sweden from Gustav II Adolf (d. 1632) to Gustaf V (d. 1950) are buried in the Riddarholmen Church. Kings from the middle ages are also buried here such as Magnus Ladulås and Karl Knutson Bonde (d. 1470).
The church is foremost a burial and memorial church, which is maintained by the Office of the Marshal of the Realm and the National Property Board (SFV). The Riddarholm Church is open to the public during the summer and autumn. It can also be viewed year round at concerts, Order of the Seraphim bell ringings or by special arrangement.

The Royal Palace

Opening hours:
January–April, October–December
Guided tours:
10:30 The Royal Apartments (English)
11:30 The Royal Apartments (English)
12:30 The Royal Apartments (Swedish)
13:30 The Royal Apartments (English)
14:30 The Royal Treasury (English)
Family event: 10:30
Saturdays and Sundays Family activity: free admission for children and accompanying adults, but adults pay entrance fee

May–September
10:30 The Royal Apartments (English)
11:30 The Royal Apartments (English)
12:30 The Royal Apartments (Swedish)
13:30 The Royal Apartments (English)
14:30 The Royal Treasury(English)
15:30 The Royal Apartments (Swedish)

Guided tours in Chinese 2019:
June: 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29 14:00
July: 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27 14:00
Aug: 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29, 31 14:00

Guided tours in Russian 2019–2020
Dec 2019: 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 14:00
Jan 2020: 1 14:00 and 15:00
Jan 2020: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 14:00

Welcome to one of Europe’s largest and most dynamic palaces. The Royal Palace is situated in the central parts of Stockholm and it is His Majesty the King’s official residence. It is also here where many of the King’s and the Queen’s official receptions are taking place. The Royal Palace is open to visitors all year round, and here you can find a number of attractions such as the Royal Apartments, the Royal Treasury with the regalia and the Tre Kronor Museum describing the history of the royalties. In addition, you will find the Royal Gift Shop where you can buy quality souvenirs and gifts of various kinds.

 

Vikingaliv

A unique museum that brings to life stories about Vikings. Join an exciting Viking expedition which is an 11-minute dramatized journey in a unique attraction. Viking museum also includes an exhibition, where visitors, among other things will learn about children and women's roles in society, how Vikings lived, farmed and traveled. There is also a restaurant and a shop.

Address: Båthall 1, Galärparken, Djurgårdsvägen 48, Stockholm
Bus 67, Djurgården ferry, tram line 7
For opening hours and prices see the museum website: www.vikingaliv.se

The Hallwyl Museum

Guided tours in English
September–May Saturday 1.30 pm
June Saturday–Sunday 12.30 pm
July–August Tuesday–Sunday 10.30 am and 12.30 pm

Leave the city´s noise behind you and travel 100 years back in history! Step in at the front door leading to the Hallwyl Museum lying in the very heart of Stockholm at Hamngatan 4. Here you can meet Wilhelmina von Hallwyl and the magnificent interiors she created at the turn of the 19 century. Owing to her efforts you can see the largest collections of art, porcelain, arms and antique furniture there. Experience the luxury of her time and the modernities of the parade floor! The parade floor is open for visiting. Daily tours in English during summer and winter on Saturdays.

Walking Tour Old Town in English, Russian and French

Guided Old Town  Walkabout 
Meeting point: Tourist Center Österlånggatan 35
Monday and Thursday 13:00

Guided Old Town  Walkabout (in English, free admission)
For your information: A Free Guided Old Town Walkabout will be offered to customers that purchase souvenirs up to 100 SEK
inimum at Tourist Center Österlånggatan 35, The Old Town. Please, keep your receipt as a free ticket for the Guided Old town
Walkabout.

Guided tours in Russian
Monday and Thursday 13:00
Adults 250 SEK, children 6–12 years old 50% discount

Guided tours in French
April–Jun, August, September 2019
Friday: 13:00
Adults 180 SEK, children 6–12 years old 50% discount

A walking tour in the center of the medieval Stockholm. Discover the narrow streets of the Old Town, the Royal Palace and other sights of interest. On the tour you can see the Rune Stone

1 from the Viking Age, make a wish near the smallest sculpture, learn about the most interesting moments of the history of Sweden and, of course, see the oldest church in Stockholm, Storkyrkan. Explore the heart of the Old Town – Stortorget - The Big Square, the trading and gathering place in medieval times with its elegant architecture.

Skansen

Guided tours in German. 15 00
25, 28/06 2020
2,5,9,12,16,19,23,26,30/07 2020
2,6,9,13,16,20,23,27,30/08 2020

Guided tours in Russian. 14 00
29, 30, 31/12 2019 
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8/01 2020 

Skansen is open daily all year round. Take part in Swedish traditions and culture during the whole year. Welcome to the world’s oldest Open-Air Museum. Open daily all year round.

The Nobel Prize Museum

Be inspired by ideas that changed the world. The Nobel Prize Museum contains all essential information about the most prestigious prize in the world, Alfred Nobel, and the Nobel Laureates.
Guided tours, exhibitions.
films, lectures and diverse objects take you from idea to the Nobel Banquet. Bistro serving lunch, Nobel ice cream and more. Shop.

Opening hours:
Jan–May, Sep–Dec: Tue–Thu 11:00–17:00,
Fri 11:00–20:00, Sat–Sun 10:00–18:00. Mon closed.
June–Aug: Daily 9:00–20:00

Tom Tits Experiment

Tom Tits Experiment is Sweden’s largest Science Center, located 35 minutes away from the central parts of Stockholm. Experiments that attract young and old are spread over four floors of the building including the park (open May – September).
Experiments that will make it possible for us to explore technology, physics, mathematics, mankind etc. In February 2019 Tom Tits Experiment will open a new exhibition, called, “CellSkapt”. Discover the human body in a new exciting way through this interactive exhibition.

Opening hours:
Monday–Friday: 10:00–17:00
Saturday–Sunday: 10:00–18:00
Closed: 24–25 Dec, 21–23 Jun