Nobelmuseet presents the history of the Nobel Prizes and their recipients, with a focus on the intellectual and cultural aspects of...
Kungliga Slottet was built on the ruins of Tre Kronor castle, which burned down in 1697. The north wing survived and was incorporated...
Across the plaza from the Royal Palace, Kungliga Myntkabinettet gleams with a priceless collection of currency spanning 2600 years....
Arguably Stockholm’s best-loved cafe, hole-in-the-wall Chokladkoppen sits slap bang on the old town’s enchanting main square. It’s a...
Trångsund 1 · interesting places nearby
The one-time venue for royal weddings and coronations, Storkyrkan is both Stockholm’s oldest building (consecrated in 1306) and its cathedral. Behind a baroque facade, the Gothic-baroque interior includes extravagant royal-box pews designed by Nicodemus Tessin the Younger, as well as German Berndt Notke’s dramatic sculpture St George and the Dragon, commissioned by Sten Sture the Elder to commemorate his victory over the Danes in 1471. Keep an eye out for posters and handbills advertising music performances here.