Stockholm

IceBar Stockholm

1. IceBar Stockholm

  • Adults 195 SEK (185 SEK when booked online), Children 13-17 years 140 SEK, Children up to 12 years 95 SEK
  • About 40 minutes
  • +46 8 50 56 35 20
  • ICEBAR by ICEHOTEL STOCKHOLM, Vasaplan, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Sun-Thu: 3:45pm-11:15pm, Fri-Sat: 3:45pm-1am

Stockholm’s IceBar was the world’s first permanent, year-round bar made entirely of ice. The bar itself, walls, art installations, and even the drinking glasses are all artfully made from ice from the Torne River in northern Sweden. Guests don warm capes and gloves before entering a dream-like winter wonderland. Read more…

Drottningholm Palace

2. Drottningholm Palace

  • Adult 130 SEK, Students 60 SEK, Children free
  • 2 - 3 hours
  • +46 8 402 62 80
  • Drottningholm Palace, Sweden
  • Daily 11am –3:30pm

Tickets & Tours

Drottningolm Palace is a remarkably well-preserved 18th century palace just outside of central Stockholm in a peaceful suburb. Drottningolm is the permanent residence of the Swedish royal family and also a popular tourist attraction. Read more…

Skansen Open Air Museum

3. Skansen Open Air Museum

  • Adults: January - April 70 SEK, May & September 90 SEK, June - August 110 SEK, October - December 65 SEK. Admission for children is 40% of the adult ticket price.
  • 1-3 hours
  • +46 8 442 80 00
  • Skansen, Djurgårdsslätten, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 10am-3pm (Weekdays) & 10 am-4 pm (Weekends)

Tickets & Tours

Skansen is the world’s oldest open-air museum. Skansen offers visitors a very hands-on way to experience Swedish culture and history. Read more…

The Vasa Museum

4. The Vasa Museum

  • Adult 130 SEK, Students 100 SEK, Children free
  • 1-2 hours
  • +46-8-519 548 00
  • The Vasa Museum Restaurant, Galärvarvsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 10am-5pm. Open until 8 pm on Wednesdays.

Tickets & Tours

The Vasa Museum is a maritime museum in Stockholm, located on the island of Djurgarden. The Vasa Museum houses a remarkable 17th century warship, the only one of its era and type that is still mostly intact. Read more…