How a barrier made from logs at the outlet of Lake Mälaren gave the city its name.2 min
The Museum of Mediterranean and near east antiquities28 s
Can you see the neat lawn? What do you think was there before?2 min
What is the statue, by the world-famous sculptor Carl Milles, looking at?3 min
The museum is built around some ancient remains on Helgeandsholmen.27 s
Here is where Sweden’s most recent coup d’état was carried out.3 min
What did the sculptor Sergel really think about his statue of the king?3 min
See Gustav III's masquerade clothes with bullet holes!53 s
Sweden’s national economy museum51 s
What does an Egyptian symbol have in common with a Swedish king and a Russian war?3 min
Guard has protected the royal palace in Stockholm since 1523.42 s
Someone wanted the church gone in the 16th century. Why?3 min
In Stockholm’s oldest square, both blood and water have flowed.3 min
Learn about the Nobel Prize and its founder Alfred Nobel.18 s
The dragon is said to be a symbol of an enemy army, that threatened Stockholm in 14713 min
Listen to the story of Stockholm's most famous brothel!2 min
The square where iron was traded – Sweden’s greatest export good of all time.2 min
How could a 29-year old marshal in Napoleon’s army become Sweden’s king?2 min
From ancient Russian trading place to Sweden’s first moving light advertisement.3 min
Here you can experience the history of Stockholm and its inhabitants.28 s
See the sun set behind the Town Hall.3 min
Visit one of Stockholm’s best viewpoints and see where the man-of-war Vasa foundered.3 min
Stockholm’s narrowest alley is named after a German merchant who met a violent death.2 min
Listen to the story of how the church got the nick-name “The Devil’s Church”.2 min
What does it say on the rune stone?2 min
Sweden's only Postal museum is considered to be one of the finest in the world.47 s
The place where Marie-Antoinette’s lover was beaten to death by an angry mob.3 min
Hear about Riddarholmen’s royal graves and palaces.2 min
The viking town of Birka was founded in the late 8th century.
Stockholm’s most famous building – the location of the Nobel Dinner and Ball!3 min
Stories worth hearing at Sights worth seeing!
Take a walk with your own personal guide!
Your own audio guide at 22 of the best sights in Stockholm. Choose from sights in Old town and at Riddarmolmen and Södermalm islands. All in six different languages.
You will also get short Quick Facts about interesting attractions nearby that you pass on your tour.