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Nationalmuseum is Sweden’s museum of art and design. Nationalmuseum is also a government authority with a mandate to preserve cultural heritage and promote art, interest in art and knowledge of art. The collections comprise of painting, sculpture, drawings and prints from 1500-1900 and applied arts, design and portraits from early Middle Ages up until present day.
Museum of Modern Art
Moderna Museet is one of Europe’s leading museums for modern and contemporary art. The museum collects, preserves, shares and exhibits modern art from the early 20th century and photography from 1840 and onwards. This is a must when visiting Stockholm.
Fotografiska opened up in May 2010 with Annie Leibovitz exhibition “A Photographer’s Life 1990-2005” and has since then been Swedens leading centre for contemporary photography. The museum has an exhibition space of 2,500 square meters, and features 4 major exhibitions per year and approximately 15-20 minor exhibitions.
Magasin III was founded in 1987 to fill a gap. It is private institution with a mission to make the best of contemporary art available to a broad public. Through ambitious presentations of internationally established artists Magasin III has become one of the most important institutions in Sweden for contemporary art.
Having established itself as one of the leading galleries in Scandinavia and representing both emerging and mid-career contemporary artists, the gallery enjoys privileged relationships with museums and collectors.
The Hallwyl Museum
Enter the home of Count and Countess Walther and Wilhelmina von Hallwyl, one of Stockholm’s most eccentric and engaging museums. This palatial residence was built as a winter home for the immensely rich couple, completed in 1898.
Jacksons have one of the most extensive collections of 20th-century Scandinavian and international vintage design. The gallery seeks to mediate design history with thematic exhibitions, and to promote the work of some of the finest twentieth-century designers, architects, and artists working in furniture, lighting, ceramics, glass, and textiles.
Walles & Walles
Classic and timeless pieces for an elegant home. For about 30 years, Walles & Walles has created interiors where architecture and light are in focus. Local cultures, traditions, crafts and natural materials are important parts of the creation.
With a great eye for furniture and design, DIS offers a great eclectic range of interior necessities.
Dahl Agenturer was founded 1975 by Arne Dahl, he started as an agent for Louis de Poortere which they still represent. Today they also have expanded their collection to furniture and lighting.
Asplund´s philosophy is to offer products of high quality and timeless design, manufactured as sustainably as possible. Aware of the responsibility as a producer to make furniture that will last a lifetime and more — furniture that several generations can enjoy.
Modernity specialises in the collection and sale of rare and high-grade furniture, ceramics, glass, lighting and jewellery by the most renowned Nordic designers of the 20th century.
One of Europe’s leading interior design stores with numerous designer brands.
Founded in 1924 with the vision of humane, soft modernism and artistry. Estrid Ericsson and Josef Frank created a highly personal style, with a combination of Viennese elegance and Swedish functionalism.
A relaxed modern Scandinavian bistro with new Nordic style menu.
The restaurant is a lively meeting place suited for business lunches as well as dinners and late night drinks. It is just as elegant as it is unpretentious.
On the island Södermalm the food court Teatern recently opened. Here they serve high quality fast food from Sweden’s most renowned chefs.
The two stars Michelin restaurant Gastrologik serves innovative Scandinavian cuisine. The restaurant works closely with a network of suppliers committed to producing great food, week by week, month by month, through every changing season.
Cousy, lively bistro open from early breakfast to late dinner.
Agrikultur pushes the boundaries of culinary tradition while honouring food, flavour, sustainability and community. The restaurant has one star in the Michelin guide.
With influences from Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia. Farang creates dishes with authentic Asian flavours.
Nook serves high quality dishes where Nordic flavors are combined with Asian influences, and the result is a first class taste experience.
La vecchia signora
The best Italian place in Stockholm. Authentic Italian cuisine with a romantic and candle-filled atmosphere. Located in the south part of Stockholm.
If you’re after the best steak that is properly hanged, organic and locally reared this is the place to go to. The Chef and owner Göran Svartengren only works with ecological local farmers and ingredients and lets the produce speak for itself. A must visit when in Stockholm.
Secure, consistent and absolutely packed with people every night. Sturehof is always right. Swedish classics permeats the menu and the wine list is most impressive.
Just around the corner from The Lydmar, there is a great fish restaurant. Industrial interior design, several fresh fishes to choose from and a lobster tank. Lunch or dinner is equally good.
The founder Rolf had an idea to invite the guest in the creation of the dish, instead of just being served from a closed-up kitchen. Philosophy; Plainness and Quality.
At Östermalmshallen, just a 10 minute walk from The Lydmar, you’ll reach a wonderful food market at Östermalstorg. Stroll around between meat, vegetables, fish and other delicacies. Have a Toast Skagen and you’ll have enough energy for another round of shopping.
Morris offers a top-to-toe approach to men’s clothing. It is a mix of quintessential British style, and continental European elegance.
Morris Lady has a love for well-made and tailored clothing, and blends timeless design with an eclectic, modern sensibility.
& Other Stories
Founded in 2010 by a small group of creatives, & Other Stories grew from the wish to give women the freedom of expression through one brand.
Grandpa Scandinavian Life Store, built on carefully curating the nordic way of Life.
Bibliotekstan is an exclusive shopping district in Stockholm. The area is centered around the street Biblioteksgatan. Over 120 years old and still developing.
A department store that houses a unique mix of retail shopping, restaurants, bars, art and more.
All about vintage, second hand clothing and accessories.
Nitty Gritty Store
Hundreds of brands, men and woman departments, hair salon and much more.
Trendy shopping in stores like Flying A, Aplace and Adidas Originals in the south part of Stockholm.
No. 1 Department Store. Jewellery, Fashion, Shoes, Interior Design, Crystal, Food hall and more…
A fun and different way to experience Stockholm.Scandinavian thrillers that shake up the idea of a Nordic idyll are drawing masses of tourists to Stockholm. Taxi Stockholm has developed a brand new type of experience – an interactive guided tour that takes passengers closer to the centre of the action. The first theme of Explore Stockholm is Crime.