Gustav Vasa Kyrkan
Expanding Swedish history beyond Vasa and Vikings, this kosher little museum explores Swedish Jewry since 1774. Nifty pull-out display...
This slick new building houses an art gallery with interesting temporary exhibitions (recently a survey of Swedish fashion from 2000 to...
The main city library is just north of the city centre. Designed by architect Erik Gunnar Asplund and sporting a curvaceous, Technicolor...
If you like a little French hip hop with your mussels, this tiny dark den is for you. One of Stockholm’s best spots for seafood (try a...
Locals pack this former beer hall, now a comfy but classy neighbourhood bistro with a seafood-heavy menu and red-checked tablecloths....
Gustav Vasa Kyrkan information
This saintly show-off flaunts a white Italian neo-baroque exterior and 60m-high cupola adorned with dreamy New Testament frescoes by Vicke Andrén. Opened in 1906, its star attraction is Burchardt Precht’s 18th-century marble altarpiece, considered Sweden’s largest baroque sculpture.The creepy columbarium crypt has places for around 35,000 burial urns; enter from the Västmannagatan side of the church.