With the Stockholm Card in your hand you can choose from 80 museums and attractions. Ride a sightseeing boat or ferry, the subway, an SL bus, or a streetcar. Browse excellent museums with art, aristocrats, world heritage, Vikings, the Nobel Prize, technology, and design. The city is yours.
The Stockholm card is valid for 1, 2, 3 or 5 days from the first time you use it. The card is valid once per museum/attraction and is good for an unlimited number of trips on SL transit vehicles.
The Stockholm Card offers you:
Free travel and free sightseeing
Free public transport
With the Stockholm Card, you are entitled to an unlimited number of free trips on Stockholm Public Transport (SL). Take the subway, bus, commuter train, or tram all over Stockholm County. Schedules are available at all SL centers and online. The Stockholm Card does not work in the subway’s automatic turnstiles; you must show the card to the ticket collector or bus driver at the beginning of your journey. Please note: the card cannot be used on the Bro–Bålsta route on the commuter train lines. SL - Stockholm Public Transport
Royal Canal Tour
Guided boat tour through the Djurgården canal and along the shores of Saltsjön, passing by historic buildings and beautiful nature. Present your Stockholm Card at the ticket booth to get a ticket. Limited number of seats. (Operates from April to December). Stockholm Sightseeing
Stockholm on two wheels
Stockholm on two wheels. Discover Stockholm by bicycle with Stockholm Adventures. Your guide takes you to famous sights such as the Parliament and the Royal Palace but also off the beaten track to picturesque wooden houses and old oak trees in the world’s first National City Park. The afternoon tour spends more time in the park, a bit less in the city. No reservation possible with the Stockholm Card. Sign up the same day on waiting list in hostel entrance.
Bicycle and helmet loan (and a rain poncho if needed) are included. Guided tours in English (only). Limited number of spots, no pre-booking. Minimum age 12 years. Stockholm Adventures
Bonus offers 2012Enjoy a boat trip to Drottningholm Palace, sightseeing by bus in the city centre or fascinating films at Cosmonova. The Stockholm Card entitles you to a discount.
When purchasing a Stockholm Card you also get the free 196 page guide book that helps you to choose from all the attractions on offer, and maps showing you how to get there. The guide book includes information in Swedish, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Finnish. There is also a separate folder with information in Russian.
Stockholm Panorama. Marvel at Stockholm’s historic buildings and sites during a 75-minute bus trip. Get to know the capital’s famous sites and buildings and see the magnificent views from Fjällgatan and Västerbron. Buy tickets in the kiosk on Gustav Adolfs torg.
Reg. admission: SEK 260, child SEK 130.
With the Stockholm Card: SEK 130, child SEK 65City Sightseeing
Open top tours
Guided tour in open top double decker buses. You canstart and end the tour at any stop you like. The stop closest to the tourist office is at Vasagatan 16. Buy tickets onboard. The ticket is valid for 24 hours.
Reg. admission: SEK 260, child SEK 50
With the Stockholm Card: SEK 200, child SEK 50City Sightseeing
Boat to Drottningholm
Board a century-old steamer and sail to beautiful Drottningholm, the Swedish Royal Family’s private residence. Departs from Stadshusbron. Travel time 50 min (April - October). Info and table reservation: +46 8-12 00 40 00 (The Stockholm Card does not apply to advance bookings)
Reg. admission: SEK 170, child SEK 85
With the Stockholm Card: SEK 130, child SEK 65Strömma Kanalbolaget
Boat to Sigtuna & Skokloster
Enjoy a relaxing boat tour to lovely Sigtuna, or visit Skokloster Castle. Guide onboard; tours are conducted in Swedish and English. Travel time is about 2 hours to Sigtuna and about 3 hours to Skokloster. Discount with the Stockholm Card does not apply if booked in advance.
Reg. admission: SEK 310, child 6-11 yrs SEK 155
With the Stockholm Card: SEK 230, child 6-11 yrs SEK 155 Strömma Kanalbolaget
See films in the largest film format in the world and marvel at planetarium shows that take you to places you have only been in your imagination – on the giant 760 square meter IMAX dome theatre.
With the Stockholm Card: discount SEK 20, child SEK 10Cosmonova
SPECIAL OFFERS WITH THE STOCKHOLM CARD
- museums with free admission
- Free key band Sjöhistoriska
- Free audioguide
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I buy the Stockholm Card?
The Stockholm Card is for sale online and at Stockholm Tourist Center on Vasagatan 14 as well as at about 130 locations in and around Stockholm.
What is the price of the Stockholm Card?
Adult cards are SEK 450 for 24 hours, 625 for 48 hours, SEK 750 for 72 hours and SEK 950 for 120 hours. Child cards are SEK 215 for 24 hours, SEK 255 for 48 hours, SEK 285 for 72 hours and SEK 315 for 120 hours. Please note: Child cards must be bought and used together with Adult cards. See further information about the use of Child cards below.
Can I buy the Stockholm Card Online?
The Stockholm Card can be purchased from this webshop. Delivery outside of Sweden takes about 7 -10 days.
How does it work?
The card is validated the first time it is used – and then valid for the amount of hours purchased. Show the Stockholm Card at the admission desks in the museums/attractions, and at the ticket lines or to the bus driver when you use public transport. When first used the card will be stamped with date and time of first use. It is possible to enter a museum/attraction until the validity period is over. When using public transport the card must be valid for the whole duration of your journey.
Are the Vasamuseum, Skansen and the Royal Palace included in the Stockholm Card?
Yes, the Vasamuseet, Skansen and the Royal Palace are all included in the Stockholm Card.
Are bus and boat sightseeing tours included in the Stockholm Card?
Besides free sightseeing by bike the Stockholm Card also includes free boat sightseeing on the Royal Canal Tour. Stockholm Card holders are also entitled to a discount on the bus sightseeing tours Stockholm Panorama and Open Top Tours as well as on the tour Boat to Drottningholm and Boat to Sigtuna & Skokloster.
Is a ferryride to Djurgården island included?
Is the tram line to Djurgården included?
Yes, the tram to Djurgården is included in the Stockholm Card.
Is public transportation with Stockholms Lokaltrafik (SL) included in the Stockholm Card?
Yes, the public transportation in Stockholm includes buses, subway, commuter train and tram all over the Stockholm County and is included in the Stockholm Card. Please note: the card can not be used on the Bro-Bålsta route in the commuter train lines.
How much does it cost to visit Stockholm’s museums and attractions?
The Stockholm Card entitles the holder to free entrance to all the most popular museums and attractions. Most of these have a regular entrance fee of SEK 70-140 per museum.
Is transportation to the airports of Arlanda, Skavsta, Bromma, and Västerås included in the Stockholm Card?
To Arlanda yes, you can take the SL commuter train to Märsta and then a bus to Arlanda. To get to Bromma Airport, you can take the subway to Alvik or Brommaplan and then a bus to the airport. However, neither Flygbussarna Airport Coaches nor the Arlanda Express is covered by the Stockholm Card. Since the airports in Västerås and Skavsta are not in Stockholm County, they are not covered by the Stockholm Card. Airport buses operate on these routes.
How many museums would I have to visit to make the Stockholm Card pay for itself?
If you visit two museums, use bus or metro and take a boat sightseeing tour, for example, the card has already paid for itself.
Is the Stockholm Card valid for consecutive days?
Yes. If you start a 72 hours card on Tuesday at noon, it will be valid until Friday at noon.
Is it possible to visit a museum more than once with the Stockholm Card?
No, the Stockholm Card is only valid once per museum/attraction.
I am travelling with children – what about children’s cards?
Three children under 7 years of age are entitled to accompany an adult holder of a Stockholm Card for free. A separate child card is available for children and youth between 7 and 17 years of age. A maximum of 3 child cards may be purchased per adult card. If the total number of children (regardless of age) per adult card exceeds three, the purchase of separate tickets for local transportation and attractions for these “extra” children is required. Please note: At Junibacken, only one child between 2 and 6 years of age is entitled to free admission. Teenagers or children under 18 can not purchase or use a child card without the company of an adult card holder.
Are discounts available for students/seniors/families?
No. All holders of the Stockholm Card pay the same price and receive the same wonderful benefits.
What is the difference between the Stockholm Card and SL Public Transport cards?
The Stockholm Card entitles the card holder to free admission to 80 museums and attractions and free transportation on local transportation, free boat sightseeing, and numerous special offers. Cards are available for 24, 48, 72 and 120 hours. SL Public Transport cards are available for one, three, seven and 30 days and can be used on SL transportation, the Djurgården Ferry from Slussen, and the tram to Djurgården.
Which languages are included in the Stockholm Card Guide book?
The 194-page guidebook has information in Swedish, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Finnish. There is also a 16-page supplement with the most important information in Russian.
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