The 'House of Culture' is a huge glass structure illuminated in red light, located in the center of Stockholm. You can find ... More
The 'House of Culture' is a huge glass structure illuminated in red light, located in the center of Stockholm. You can find information on the latest happenings in music, art, dance, theatre, or any other area that could be classified as culture. It also hosts exhibitions by international as well as local artists. Admission is free and you can even check your email at the in-house cafe. See the website for list of individual attractions' hours of operation.
Sweden House has a tourist office located on the corner of Kungsträdgården, just opposite the NK department store. They will
arrange guided tours, sell tickets to most events and book hotels. Upstairs is the bookshop, with guidebooks, maps and ...
Kungliga Biblioteket, the royal library, was constructed in the sixteenth century. Since 1661, a copy of everything that has been
printed in Sweden has ended up in its archives. Initially, the collection was stored in the attic of the ...
The Birka archaeological site is located on Björkö Island in Lake Mälar and was occupied in the 9th and 10th
centuries. Hovgården is situated on the neighbouring island of Adelsö. Together, they make up an archaeological complex which illustrates ...