The one-time venue for royal weddings and coronations, Storkyrkan is both Stockholm’s oldest building (consecrated in 1306) and its...
Echoing back to the days of the Hanseatic League, when Stockholm and Germany shared tight trade links, the sublimely beautiful Tyska...
Stockholm Ghost Walk
This 90-minute walking tour features tales of murder, mayhem, hauntings and executions, narrated with gusto by multilingual costumed...
Chokladkoppen & Kaffekoppen
If you haven’t hung out at one of these cosy cafes, you just haven’t ‘done’ Stockholm. The summer months see tables spilling out onto...
Grillska Husets Konditori
The cafe and bakery run by Stockholms Stadsmission, the chain of secondhand charity shops, is a top-notch spot for a sweet treat or a...
Stortorget · interesting places nearby
Nobelmuseet presents the history of the Nobel Prizes and their recipients, with a focus on the intellectual and cultural aspects of invention. It's a slick space with fascinating displays, including short films on the theme of creativity, interviews with laureates like Ernest Hemingway and Martin Luther King, and cafe chairs signed by the visiting prize recipients (flip them over to see!). The free guided tours are recommended (in English at 10.15am, 11.15am, 1pm, 3pm, 4pm and 6pm in summer).
The museum is housed in the Börsen building – the old Stock Exchange – which forms the north side of Stortorget, the historic main square in Gamla Stan.