Want to see a different side of Stockholm, climb some stairs and head up to the rooftops. This activity is a unique combination of climbing and sightseeing for people not afraid of heights.
During your rooftop tour, you will be well-secured with safety equipment and climbing gear as you trek aro... Read More
This royal residence was built on the site of Tre Kronor castle after the castle was destroyed by fire in 1697. It is the official residence of the King of Sweden and is the setting for the majority of the monarchy’s official receptions. More than 600 rooms and five museums make this the largest ... Read More
A top attraction in the city, this museum exhibits the Vasa ship which was once the most powerful warship in the Baltic. It sank in Stockholm, during its maiden voyage in 1628. Vasa was commissioned by King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden. It is an interesting look into the excesses of the king and h... Read More
From 1954 to 1970, R1 was Sweden’s first operational nuclear reactor. Now, you won’t need protective gear to explore the inside of R1. It has been repurposed into KTH R1 Experimental Performance Space located 25 meters underneath Stockholm’s Royal Institute of Technology. Without the fear of rad... Read More
This musical group formed in Stockholm and created the name ABBA from the first letters of their first names: Agnetha, Bjorn, Benny and Anni-Frid. These two married couples became one of the world’s most successful pop music groups with over 380 million records sold worldwide. They are considere... Read More
A popular attraction, the glass gondola travels up one side and down the other side of the exterior of the Ericsson Globe, the world’s largest spherical building. Before entering the gondola, you will watch a short film about the creation and construction of the Globe and SkyView. Then, your adve... Read More