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Top 5 Attractions to Visit with Your Stockholm Pass

For a one-off fee, the Stockholm Pass grants holders unlimited travel around Sweden's charismatic capital, plus discounts, complimentary tours and free access to over 60 attractions! Here are just 5 you could check out.

  • Vasa Museum

    1. Vasa Museum

    Having sunk not even a kilometer into her maiden voyage, these days the Vasa might be described as an epic fail. But is it? It's now Scandinavia's most popular museum!

  • Royal Palace

    2. Royal Palace

    Despite its name, the Royal Palace is actually one of a few. Drottningholm Palace is equally magnificent, but you needn't choose. Both are included in the Stockholm Pass price!

  • Nobel Museum

    3. Nobel Museum

    This inspiring museum gives visitors the chance to learn more about the history of the world's most prestigious award, as well as the world-changing ideas that won it!

  • SkyView

    4. SkyView

    Use your Stockholm Pass to visit SkyView and travel to the top of the world's largest spherical building. Take in views of the whole city from this Stockholm landmark.

  • Gripsholm Castle

    5. Gripsholm Castle

    Visit the idyllic Gripsholm Castle and immerse yourself in 400 years of Swedish history. Also known as Gustav Vasa's castle, this landmark boasts stunning views of Lake Mälaren.

Planning Your Visit

  • Is It Worth It?

    The Stockholm Pass can be purchased with an option that includes free transportation via metro, buses, commuter trains and trams, as well as some boats. It also provides complimentary bike, boat, bus and walking tours, so if you're planning on seeing a lot of Stockholm's top attractions, the pass is a real money saver! Airport transfer is not included.

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