Experience best sites of Stockholm in a 1.5h free walking tour. No reservation needed, just check calendar before. Meeting point at the top of the big staircase by Sergels Torg in central Stockholm. You can choose between two routes - City Tour and Old Town Tour.
Sometimes Stockholm metro is also reffered as the longest exhibition in the world as 90 of its 100 stations boast a great design and art pieces by more than hundred artists from the 1950s through to the 2000s. During summertime - June, July and August - SL offers free guided tours of the art in the Metro in English, check for updated information here.
At the Museum of National Antiquities (www.historiska.se, Narvavagen 13-17)) you will find 12 000 years of history - from the Stone Age to the Middle Ages. Dispalys includeunique medieval church art. Visit also the Gold Room and see Sweden's finest treasures. Free admission every Friday.
on 6th June Sweden is celebrating its National day. Parades, flags etc. are commonplace on this day, especially in the central part of the city. On 6th June 1523 Gustav Vasa ascended the throne and united the Swedish nation.
Swedish Customs Museum you can visit free of charge on Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Address: Alströmergatan 39, Stockhol. The museum displays the history of the customs service, large part of exhibition is devoted to smuggling.
The Torekallberget open-air museum illustrates the history of Sodertalje with over 50 buildings as well as animals, culture, games food, crafts and shops. Animal demonstrations and play area for children in summer. Free admission. Information. You can get there by taking train to Sodertalje.
Perhaps Sweden’s finest example of an English landscape garden - Haga park is a part of a unique historical landscape of forests, open land, parks, beaches and buildings. The middle Copper Tent houses the Haga Park Museum with a permanent exhibition on the history and the development of Haga Park. Map of the park find here.
Tumba Papermill Museum tells Swedish banknote and papermaking history in a lively fashion, from the 17th century until the present. During the guided tour you will also witness how to make paper by hand (tours mainly is Swedish, English audioguide available).