T (Metro): Gamla Stan

The Nobel Prize Museum

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The Nobel Prize Museum


Stortorget 2
111 29 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-534 818 00


T (Metro)
Red line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.nobelprizemuseum.se/en


17 DECEMBER 2020

Be inspired by ideas that changed the world. The Nobel Prize Museum contains all essential information about the most prestigious prize in the world, Alfred Nobel, and the Nobel Laureates. Guided tours, films, and diverse objects take you from idea to the Nobel Banquet. Bistro serving lunch, Nobel ice cream and more. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Chokladkoppen

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GAMLA STAN

Chokladkoppen


Stortorget 18
111 29 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-20 31 70


T (Metro)
Blue line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.chokladkoppen.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

This cozy little café in the heart of Gamla Stan was one of the first openly LGBT-friendly establishments in Stockholm. Exquisite sandwiches and pastries, and in summer a popular alfresco section. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

The Flying Elk

R E S T A U R A N T
GAMLA STAN

The Flying Elk


Mälartorget 15
111 27 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8 20 85 83


T (Metro)
Blue line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.theflyingelk.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

The Flying Elk is a gastropub in Gamla Stan (the Old Town) inspired by a blend of Swedish culinary tradition and British pub culture. This is the place to experience artisanal cuisine in a relaxed environment at reasonable prices. Explore the extensive beer list or visit the Gaston wine bar next door. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Djuret

R E S T A U R A N T
GAMLA STAN

Djuret


Lilla Nygatan 5
111 28 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8-506 400 84


T (Metro)
Blue line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.djuret.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

This particular bistro is no place for vegetarians. Its name ‘The Animal’ gives a hint that only one type of animal is served here at any given time, depending on the season. This is considered to be the most sustainable way to manage meat. The striking decor is inspired by hunting and butchery, with meat grinders as lamps and targets as art. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Barrels Burgers & Beer

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Barrels Burgers & Beer


Stora Nygatan 20
111 27 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8 10 00 03


T (Metro)
Red line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.barrels.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

Hungry after a day at the The Royal Palace or Royal Armory? Why not grab a juicy burger at Barrels Burgers & Beers, just a short walk from all of Old Town’s great sights. Grab a meat or veggie burger and, as you’ve probably guessed by the name, Barrels also has a selection of great brews to go with your food. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Corner Club

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Corner Club


Lilla Nygatan 16
111 28 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-20 85 83


T (Metro)
Red line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.cornerclub.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

A cozy at-home feeling and friendly bartenders behind the bar will guarantee a great time at Corner Club. The bar’s creed is to keep things simple and to have a drink list as varied and dynamic as the seasons themselves. If you get hungry, you can either order a burger or snacks from the bar or go downstairs to the gastropub The Flying Elk. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Pharmarium

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GAMLA STAN

Pharmarium


Stortorget 7
111 29 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-20 08 10


T (Metro)
Red line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.pharmarium.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

At Pharmarium, right on Stortorget in the Old Town, the choice of cocktails determines the choice of food. Signature cocktails are served along with well prepared medium-sized dishes composed of seasonal ingredients and traditional medicinal herbs. The bar is inspired by Sweden’s first pharmacy, which opened to the public in 1575 in the area. Just as its first druggist Anthonius Busenius the owners have created a place of medicine, beauty and magic. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Tweed

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Tweed


Lilla Nygatan 5
111 28 Stockholm
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+46 (0)8-506 400 82


T (Metro)
Red line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.tweedbar.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

“Inside the dining rooms of Djuret is our cozy drink oasis like a much padded inner pocket.” This is how a new, Anglophile gastropub Tweed describes itself. The bar features comfortable leather armchairs and tartan wallpaper. The menu is classic and masculine, including craft beers, aperitifs, and cigars. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Postmuseum

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Postmuseum


Lilla Nygatan 6
111 28 Stockholm
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+46(0)10-436 44 39


T (Metro)
Red line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.postmuseum.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

The only museum in Sweden showing the postal and philatelic history and how the Post works today. In Stockholm, the museum has become a favorite among families with children thanks to Lilla Posten, where children can play post office, and the Treasury. There is also more exhibitions about the written word and the significance meaning of letters and packages in times of isolation and longing. The museum shop carries, naturally, Sweden’s largest selection of stamps. Free admission for everyone under 18 years. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Stockholm Cathedral

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Stockholm Cathedral


Trångsund 1
111 29 Stockholm
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+46(8)7233000


T (Metro)
Red line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


WWW.svenskakyrkan.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

Stockholm’s medieval Cathedral, built in 1279, houses unique objects such as the St George and the Dragon sculpture (1489), the legendary Vädersoltavlan (1535) and Lena Lervik’s sculpture ”Joseph and Mary” (2002).

Since 1527, the Cathedral has been a Lutheran church. A wide range of religious services and concerts are held. The wedding of T.R.H. Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel took place on Saturday, June 19, 2010, in Stockholm Cathedral. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

The Medieval Museum

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The Medieval Museum


Strömparterren / Norrbro
111 30 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-508 31 620


T (Metro)
Red line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.medeltidsmuseet.stockholm.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

The Medieval Museum focuses on people and retells stories from the everyday life of medieval Stockholmers. Encounter the tales of Jöns Skomakare, Sketna Gertrud Syltekona, and many others. The museum includes Stockholm’s city wall from about 1520 preserved as a fixed ancient remnant 55 meters (180 feet) long. You will find the entrance to Norrbro, Stockholm’s oldest stone bridge. Free admission. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Wirströms pub

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Wirströms pub


Stora Nygatan 13
11127 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-21 28 74


T (Metro)
Red line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.wirstromspub.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

Live music Tuesday through Saturday in a classic pub setting. Wirströms pub has become a popular hangout for Stockholm’s large English-speaking population. They have a large selection of beers and arrange whiskey tastings. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Stampen Jazzpub

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Stampen Jazzpub


Stora Nygatan 5
111 27 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-20 57 93


T (Metro)
Red line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.stampen.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

Stampen is a cozy pub for a mix of folk. All the swing, Dixie, trad, blues, and 50-60s rock enthusiasts gather here. With two floors, two stages, and two crowded bars, it is definitely worth a visit if you’re interested in music. Live music daily. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

The Riddarholmen Church

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The Riddarholmen Church


Riddarholmen
11130 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-402 61 30


T (Metro)
Red line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.kungligaslotten.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

Stockholm’s only remaining medieval abbey, built in the late 1200s.The church is the last resting place of the Swedish monarchs and aristocracy, including Gustav II Adolf, Karl XII, Gustav V, and their consorts. The church is open during the summer as a museum. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

The Royal Armoury

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The Royal Armoury


Slottsbacken 3
111 30 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-402 30 12


T (Metro)
Red line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.livrustkammaren.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

Experience Sweden’s royal history in the dark cellar of the Royal Palace. Splendid costumes and glittering carriages tell stories of magnificent royal coronations, weddings, and funerals. Learn about Streiff, the horse belonging to Gustav II Adolf. See Karl XII’s muddy blue uniform from 1718 and the clothing Gustav III wore to the masquerade ball of 1792. In the children’s room, you will find yourself in an enchanted world. Try on dresses and knight costumes, play, read and draw. Free entry. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

The Royal Palace

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The Royal Palace


Slottsbacken 1
111 30 Stockholm
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+46 (0)8 402 61 00


T (Metro)
Red line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.kungligaslotten.se


17 DECEMBER 2020

Welcome to one of the largest palaces in Europe! The Royal Palace is the official residence of His Majesty the King of Sweden, with over 600 rooms.

The Palace is open to the public and offers no less than five museums. The Palace was largely built during the eighteenth century in the Italian Baroque style, on the spot where the “Tre Kronor” castle burned down in 1697. Visit the reception rooms with splendid interiors from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Rikssalen (the Hall of State) with Queen Kristina’s silver throne, and Ordenssalarna (Halls of the Orders of Chivalry). You can also see Gustav III’s Museum of Antiquities, the Tre Kronor Museum, and the Treasury.

The Royal Palace also contains the Armory, with royal costumes and armor, as well as coronation carriages and magnificent coaches from the Royal Stable. Make sure not to miss the parade of soldiers and the daily changing of the guard. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Sound Pollution

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Sound Pollution


Stora Nygatan 18
103 14 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 10 666 0


T (Metro)
Red line T10, T11
GAMLA STAN
Exit: Munkbrogatan


www.soundpollution.se 


17 DECEMBER 2020

Brutal sounds and distorted guitars; Sound Pollution is an oasis for fans of the heavier side of Rock. Heavy Metal, Thrash, Punk, Hardcore, Grind, Experimental Rock, Goth, Black Metal and more. If you’re not keen on heavy music; move along. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

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