Are you planning a holiday to Sweden? Discover its diverse destinations, ranging from the picturesque fields and rolling hills of the south to the captivating archipelagos in western Sweden.

Immerse yourself in the rich history and vibrant culture of the capital, Stockholm. Next we will take you to explore the famous museums in Stockholm!

Did you know?

Nearly 100 of Stockholm's metro stations boast artistic adornments, including mosaics, sculptures, and paintings.

Spanning 14 islands, Stockholm is linked by 57 bridges.

Mårten Trotzigs gränd, the narrowest street in Stockholm's Old Town, measures a mere 35 inches (approximately 90 centimeters) at its narrowest point.

The largest city in Scandinavia, Stockholm seamlessly combines a rich historical tapestry and breathtaking natural beauty with the contemporary allure of modern architecture, vibrant culture, and dynamic attitudes typical of a bustling metropolis. This distinctive fusion is accentuated by the pervasive presence of water, lending an additional layer of enchantment.

How to Get There

By train: You can access Stockholm from virtually anywhere in Sweden via the national rail service SJ.

By bus: Flixbus and Vy offer frequent services to the capital from major cities across Sweden, as well as connections from international hubs. The journey typically takes about 6 hours from Gothenburg and 8.5 hours from Malmö.

By plane: Stockholm is served by two airports, Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) and Bromma Stockholm Airport (BMA).

Must-see museums in Stockholm

With its diverse array of museums, Stockholm enthralls even the most culturally astute visitors. From historical institutions to modern cultural gems like Fotografiska, showcasing both permanent and temporary exhibitions in contemporary photography, to the sculpture park Millesgården situated on the island of Lidingö.

1. Fotografiska

Open hours: Monday - Sunday 10:00–23:00, Midsummer's Eve: Closed

Tickets: (Price may vary)

Adult ticket: 179 – 219 SEK

Senior ticket: 125 – 179 SEK

Student ticket: 139 – 179 SEK

Youth ticket (13-17 years): 139 – 179 SEK

Child ticket (0-12 years): 0 SEK


a. Disabled-accessible toilets equipped with changing tables are located on level -1, as well as adjacent to the café on level 2.

b. Storage lockers are situated on level -1.

c. Level -1 provides parking spaces for pushchairs, and visitors are welcome to bring them into the exhibitions.

2. Millesgården

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM; Closed on Mondays

Phone: +46 8 446 75 90

Admission fees:

- Adults: 170 SEK

- Students: 140 SEK

- Groups (10 persons or more): 140 SEK per person

- Children and teenagers (0-18 years): Free entry


Millesgården offers 3 wheelchairs and 3 Baby Björns for borrowing. Please contact the reception for assistance.

Lykkers, have you ever been impressed by the museums in Stockholm? If interested, add it to your travel list!