Attractions in Stockholm

Vasa Museum
Noted as the only preserved 17th century ship in the world, the Vasa ship is a magnificent wonder to behold. Measuring 69 meters in length, the ship sank on its maiden voyage in 1628. The ship is more than 95 percent original and has been meticulously restored with its intricate sculptures and extraordinary detail. Known as the most visited museum in Scandinavia, visitors can also experience nine exhibitions and daily tours.

The Royal Palace
The Royal Palace is the official residence of His Majesty the King of Sweden and noted as one of the largest palaces in Europe. Built from 1697 to 1754, this impressive, Italian-Baroque style palace has over 600 rooms and no less than five intriguing museums. Explore interior treasures such as Queen Kristina's silver throne, Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities and the Tre Kronor Palace Museum.

Skansen Open-Air Museum
Known as the oldest open-air museum in the world, visitors can experience the rich history and traditions of Sweden. Guests will enjoy perusing a variety of delightful town districts and visiting the onsite zoo with native Scandinavian animals such as moose, bear and wolves. A delightful variety of shops, restaurants and cafes are also available.

Royal National City Park
Noted as the first national urban park in the world, this breathtaking park is over six miles long and stretches around and throughout Stockholm. With forests, beaches, majestic oak trees, lakes, marshes and streams, visitors will have the opportunity to explore a diverse variety of natural beauty. Discover the Ekoparken and enjoy fascinating encounters with local deer, moose and butterflies. The park also includes museums, an amusement park, castles and sport facilities.

With its impressive variety of collections and exhibitions, the Nationalmuseum is an exceptional museum of art and design. Collections include the distinguished works of artists such as Rembrandt, Renoir and Rubens as well as modern day drawings, design and handicrafts. Take in exceptional art displays by Swedish artists such as Carl Larsson, Anders Zorn and Hanna Pauli. Visitors can peruse the museum store with its fine collection of art, designs, gifts, jewelry, books and toys.

Grona Lund's Amusement Park
This family-friendly attraction includes over 30 rides that range from thrilling roller coasters to gentle flying elephants for younger guests. Visitors can also enjoy numerous concerts, dances and children's events. Enjoy dining at one of the many restaurants or bring a picnic lunch to eat at your leisure.