Walking Tour Old Town in English, Russian and French

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.

Guided Old Town Walkabout English and Russian
13:00 Monday–Friday
Guided Old Town Walkabout French
13:00 August: 3, 6, 10, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, 31

Adult 180 SEK, Child 6–12 years of age 50% discount
Meeting point: Tourist Center Österlånggatan 35

Tom Tits Experiment

Tom Tits Experiment is the biggest science center in Sweden and opens the door to a world where you can choose whether to dive deep into a mixture of creativity and knowledge or simply draw your fingers across the surface. Experiments that attract young and old and everyone in between are spread over four floors of the building.
The idea of the experiments is that you learn something about everything, in particular about science and technology. The park is open from May to September with even more experiments. Find out what it feels like to swing in Jojon or take a ride in Robocoaster, our industrial robot.

Opening hours:
Monday-friday 10.00-17.00
Saturday-sunday 10.00-18.00

SEK 190 in low season, 1 Sep-31 May
SEK 225 in high season, 1 Jun-31 Aug 2017

Children aged 3-14 years
SEK 150 in low season, 1 Sep-31 May
SEK 175 in high season, 1 Jun-31 Aug 2017
Only children older than 12 years may visit without an accompanying adult (older than 18 years).
Children under the age of 2 years
Free of charge
Students (with valid student ID)    
SEK 170 in low season, 1 Sep-31 May
SEK 200 in high season, 1 Jun-31 Aug
SEK 170 in low season, 1 Sep-31 May
SEK 200 in high season, 1 Jun-31 Aug

Viking life

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

Opening hours:
April 29th – August 31st, 10.00-20.00 every day.
With reservation for changes.
Opening hours for the autumn, 10.00-17.00 every day.

Prices: Adults 190 SEK
Children 7–15 years 120 SEK
Children 0–6 years for free

This entrance gives you access to Vikingaliv dark ride Ragnfrid´s Saga and the exhibition on floor 2.
You can visit the restaurant and shop without having to pay an entrance fee.

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.

Opening hours:
January–April Tuesday–Sunday 11 am–5 pm, Thursday 11 am–8 pm
May–June Monday–Sunday 11 am–5 pm
July–August Monday–Sunday 10 am–6 pm
September–December Tuesday–Sunday 11 am–5 pm, Thursday 11 am–8 pm

The Museum is closed following dates:
1 January, 13 April close at 5 pm, 14 april, 23–24 June, 24–26 December, 31 December

Admission charges
Free admission, fees may apply for special exhibitions.

Audio guide Adults 40 SEK, children 20 SEK

Discover the collection in your own pace by following the Audio guide. The tour is focused on the highlights and gives you exciting additional information.
The Audio Guide is available in English, French, Russian and German. Ask for the Audio Guide in the Museum Shop.

Drottningholm Palace

Guided tours in English.
Jan–March. Saturday–Sunday. 11:30, 13:30
April. Tuesday–Sunday 11:30, 13:30
May. Daily 11:30, 13:30, 14:30, 15:30
June–Aug. Daily 10:30, 11:30, 13:30, 14:30, 15:30
Sept. Daily. 11:30, 13:30, 14:30, 15:30
Oct. Tuesday–Sunday 11:30, 13:30
Nov–16 Dec. Saturday–Sunday 11:30, 13:30

Guided tours in Chinese.
13:30 1, 8, 15, 22, 29/6
13:30 6, 13, 20, 27/7
13:30 3, 10, 17, 24, 31/8
13:30 7/9

Guided tours in Russian January 2019
2–6 January at 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.

 Opening hours:
March: Saturday–Sunday 12:00–15:30
April: Daily 11:00–15:30
May–September: Daily 10:00–16:30
October: Friday–Sunday 11:00–15:30
November–10 December: Saturday-Sunday 12.00-15.30

Adult SEK 130
Students SEK 65
Children 7-17 years SEK 65
Children 0-6 years SEK free entrance

The Nordic Museum

Guided tours in Chinese. 
12:00 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30/6
12:00 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28/7
12:00 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30 /8
12:00 1/9

Cultural history, design, traditions and a Nothern lights – experience – welcome to the exhibition Nordic light on how the light has shaped us and how we have shaped the light. Visiting the magnificent building is a memorable experience in itself.
Free audio guide is available in Swedish, Easy Swedish, Sami, English, German, Spanish, Russian, French, Finnish, Italian, Arabic and Chinese.
Gift shop and restaurant. The Children’s Playhouse.

Opening hours
Every day 10-17, Wednesday at 10-20.
June-August: every day at 09-18.
Closed Midsummer Eve.

Adult, senior and student: $ 100 (October to May Free admission Wednesday at 17-20)
Children and adolescents up to 18 years free

The playground: Children 20 SEK (adults included in the entrance fee to the museum)
The playground
Weekdays 11-17.
Weekends at 10-17.
Suitable from 5 years.

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 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.

Opening hours:
Monday closed
12 am–4 pm Tuesday–Friday, 12 am–7 pm Wednesday
11 am–5 pm Saturday–Sunday

Monday closed
10 am–7 pm Tuesday–Sunday

Monday closed
12 am–4 pm Tuesday–Friday, 12 am–7 pm Wednesday
11 am–5 pm Saturday–Sunday

The museum is closed:
1 January, 14 April, 1 May, 20–25 June, 24–26 December, 31 December.

Free admission, fees may apply for special exhibits
Guided tour of all floors: SEK 70
Audio Guide in English and Russion: SEK 40

The Royal Palace

Guided tours in English. 
May–September: Daily!

10.30, 13.30, 15.30 The Royal Apartments
11.30 The Treasury

Tuesday to Sunday;

10:30, 13:30 The Royal Apartments
11:30 The Treasury

Guided tours in Chinese. 
The Royal Apartments

14.00 – 2,7,9,14,16,21,23,28,30/6 2018;
14:00 - 5,7,12,14,19,21,26,28/7 2018;
14:00 - 2,4,9,11,16,18,23,25,30 /8 2018;
14:00 - 1/9 2018

Guided tours in Russian. 
The Royal Apartments

14:00 - 26,27,28,29,30,31/12 2018
14:00, 15:00 - 1/01 2019 
14:00 - 2,3,4,5,6/ 01 2019

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.

Opening hours: 
Tuesday–Sunday 10:00–16:00
May–June: Daily 10:00–17:00
July–August: Daily 09:00–17:00
Closed days due to official receptions

Adults SEK 160
Children 7–17 years old and students SEK 80
Free entrance for children under 7 years of age in the company of a guardian.


Guided tours in German.
15.00 – 23, 28, 30/6 2018;
15.00 – 4, 7, 11, 14, 18, 21, 25, 28/7 2018;
15.00 – 1, 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 22, 25, 29/8 2018

Skansen is the world´s first open-air museum, founded in 1891 by Artur Hazelius. Here you can stroll through five centuries of Swedish history, from north to south, with a real sense of the past all around in the historical buildings and dwellings, peopled by characters in period dress.
Skansen is situated on the island of Djurgården within the city limits of Stockholm.
The founder´s aims live on in the museum today. Artur Hazelius wanted to bring the traditional rural culture to life by exhibiting furnished houses and farmsteads, cultivated plots and gardens with both domestic and wild animals.
Visitors to Skansen meet a miniature historical Sweden reflected both in the buildings and their surroundings – from the Skåne farmstead in the south to the Sami camp in the north. The venues illustrate the different social conditions in which people lived in Sweden between the 16-th centure and the first half of the 20-th century. The majority of houses and farmsteads are from the 18-th, 19-th and early 20-th centuries. At Skansen there are both domestic and wild Nordic animals such as bears, wolves and lynx. Skansen also hold traditional celebrations to mark occasions such as Walpurgis Night, Christmas and Midsummer.

January – March 10.00-15.00 
April 10.00-16.00
May – June, Sept 10.00-18.00
June 25 – August 31 10.00-20.00
October – December 10.00-15.00

The City Hall

Guided tours in Swedish : daily at 12.00 and 14.00
Guided tours in English : daily at 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00 and 15:00

Friday, 17 March: The last tour is at 13.00
Tuesday, March 21: last tour is at 14.00
Tuesday, March 28: only display at 10:00 and 11:00
Friday March 31 : last tour is at 14.00
Wednesday, April 5 : last tour is at 13.00
Saturday, April 8th: last tour is at 12.00
Friday April 14: last tour is at 14.00
Holy Saturday April 15: last tour is at 14.00
Thursday, April 20 : last tour is at 12.00
Saturday, April 29: the last show is at 14.00. Open 18-24 in Stockholm Kulturnatt.
Friday, May 12 : last tour is at 12.00
Wednesday, May 17: last tour is at 12.00
Thursday, May 18: last tour is at 12.00
Tuesday, May 30: last tour is at 12.00
Wednesday, May 31: last tour is at 12.00

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.

Museum of Dance and Movement

Guided tours in English. 
11:00 - 13, 20, 27/6 2018;
11:00 - 4, 11, 18, 25/7 2018;
11:00 - 1,8,15/8 2018;

Guided tours in Chinese. 
11:00 - 10, 17, 24, 31/7 2018;
11:00 - 7, 8/8 2018;
14:00 - 1/9 2018;

Guided tours in Russian. 
11:00 - 12,13,19,20,26,27/7 2018;
11:00- 2,3,9,10/8 2018 ;
11:00 -27, 28/ 12 2018;
11:00 -3, 4/ 12 2019;

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.

Prince Eugen's Waldemarsudde

Visit Sweden’s most beautiful art museum! Exhibitions, sculpture park, restaurant and museum shop. Prins Eugen’s Waldemarsudde –Sweden’s most beautiful art museum.

Welcome to this wonderful place which, apart from the works of art, will provide you with an amazing experience in the beautiful park, delicious food and shopping. Prince Eugen’s Waldermarsudde, originally the private residence of Prince Eugen (1865–1947) is one of Sweden’s most visited art museums. He was one of the best landscape painters of his time as well as an important art collector, primarily focusing on Nordic art.

All year round, a selection of the prince’s own works, works from the museum collections and temporary exhibitions are shown here. In addition, the museum is surrounded by a beautiful  flower and sculpture park.

Admission Adults SEK 150:-
Seniors/students SEK 120:-
Groups of 10 or more SEK 120:-/person
Children up to 19 free
Annual card SEK 400:-

Opening Hours
Tuesdays – Sundays 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Thursday evenings until 8 p.m.
Mondays closed.
The museum is closed: 23/6, 24/12, 25/12 and 31/12 2017

The Nobel Museum

Guided tours in English.

March-May, Sep-Dec:
Tuesday- Thursday at. 11:15, 13:15, 15:15
Saturday–Sunday: 10:15, 11:15, 12:15, 13:15, 16:15.
June-Aug: 10:15, 11:15, 12:15, 13:15, 16:15, 18:15

Opening Hours
September–May: Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 11.00–20.00
Wednesday–Friday: 11.00–17.00
Saturday–Sunday: 10.00–18.00

The Nobel Prize has been awarded for over 100 years all in accordance with the will of Alfred Nobel. A number of Nobel Laureates and their visions are reflected in unique objects,  films and exhibitions. Courage and fortitude, perseverance, as well as curiosity, are evident here. Hard work and rich rewards are here too. Guided tours or the audio guide take you all the way from ideas to the Nobel Banquet. In the museum shop you find literature, exciting experimental kits and pieces of the exclusive Nobel dinner service. Bistro Nobel serves the famous Nobel ice cream.

The museum shop sells products related to Nobel Prize in literature, the Nobel Medal made of chocolate, gifts and presents.
The Bistro serves the Nobel Glass.
The museum is located in one of Stockholm's most beautiful 18-th century building on Stortorget square in the Old Town.
Audio guides in several languages (Russian, Chinese, German).

Admission Adults: SEK 120
Children: (up to 18 yrs) admission free
Senior Citizens: (+65 yrs): SEK 80
Students: SEK 80
Groups (min. 15 people): SEK 100 per person
Annual Pass: SEK 200
Free admission Tuesdays 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Special terms available for school classes.
Rent an Audio guide: SEK 20
Free admission also for the following: Stockholm Pass, Stockholm Key of Honour, ICOM, AAM, SMI, authorized tour guides, WFTGA.


Here you discover the world of the book through amazing exhibitions. Come and enjoy the spectacular peculiarities of Villa Villekulla or take a ride on Pippi’s horse. Watch theatre performances, take a ride on the Story Train – a fabulous journey through Astrid Lindgren’s stories, or snuggle up in the bookshop where you will find a variety of titles in foreign languages. Finish your visit with a home-made cinnamon bun from Junibacken’s own restaurant.
Junibacken was built in 1996 on the initiative of Astrid Lindgren and is a perfect excursion for families with children in the age of 0–8 years old. Welcome to Junibacken!

Opening hours:
Jan–Apr: Tuesday–Sunday 10:00–17:00
Open: Monday: 01 Jan, 08 Jan, 19 Feb,
26 Mar, 02 Apr, 30 Apr 10:00–17:00
May–01 July: Tuesday–Sunday
Admission fee: Children: 0–2 years old: free admission
Children/teenagers 2–15 years old:
149 SEK
Adults: 179 SEK
Visit the website: www.junibacken.se