The Stockholm Card: Stockholmskortet

The Stockholm Card offers the best value for any visitor looking to take in the city’s main attractions. The card covers the admittance fee to nearly every museum, including the some of the more popular ones like the Vasa Museum, the National Museum, Skansen and the Modern Art Museum. Without the Stockholm Card, normal museum admission prices range from 30SEK to over 100SEK per adult over 18. In addition to the museums, the card gains you entrance to other popular attractions like Skyview, the outdoor glass gondola ride up the largest spherical building in the world, the Katarina Lift, a walkway 38 meters up offering panoramic views of the waterfront, Slussen and Gamla Stan, or Casino Cosmopol. You can even enjoy free or discounted guided sightseeing tours by bicycle, boat or bus, which are always a great way to get oriented in a new city.

The card also includes unlimited free public transport on the subways, buses, trams and commuter trains throughout Stockholm County, making it easy to navigate the city and get to all the sights you want to see while your card is valid.

Offered in 1, 2, 3 or 5 day durations, activated from the time of first use. A 2-day pass is plenty of time to check out most of the museums and take on a few of the sightseeing tours, but to explore at a more leisurely pace, the 3-day pass would be a better option. Check with the Stockholm Visitors Board for current pricing.



1 Comment

  • Helen Lund

    Vi kommer fra Norge mandag 17.sept.
    Hva koster det for pensjonister på de forskjellige mest populære museene? Og hvilke dekkes?
    Hva koster Stokholmkortet i 2 dager for pensjonister, hvis vi får det når vi ikke er Svenske.
    Vennlig hilsen
    Helen Lund

    September 12, 2012 at 11:21