Meetings in Stockholm - 4 things to see and do

Coming to Stockholm? Find below four tips on things to see and do, things that can be included in the program of meetings and events. There is a lot to discover in the city of Stockholm! 

Skogskyrkogården - the woodland cemetery

Experience the world famous woodland cemetery, a Unesco world heritage site located in Enskede, south of Stockholm. Skogskyrkogården was created between 1915 and 1940 by renowned architects Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz and is a site about life and death. Renowned for its combination of architecture and nature, and Greta Garbos grave. Visit at your own pace, anytime. The gates at the main entrance are open around the clock for those who walk or bike.

Nationalmuseum - the museum of art and design

Immerse yourself amongst paintings, sculptures, drawings and graphic art from the 16th century up to the beginning of the 20th century and applied arts and design up to the present day. Stop by the boutique for a souvenir and have lunch or a ”Swedish fika” in the restaurant, run by the Swedish chef Fredrik Eriksson, passionate about sustainability. You can also ”have the museum to yourself” as the venues of Stockholms museum of art and design is available for rent for meetings and events.

View over Nationalmuseum from Skeppsbron Stockhom

The island of Djurgården - Stockholms green lung

Royal Djurgården is a the green lung in the centre of Stockholm where both locals and visitors have enjoyed themselves for over 400 years. Home to the iconic Vasa ship, the amusement park Gröna Lund, the open air museum Skansen and much more. Make sure to not miss the garden oasis Rosendals trädgårdar, open all year around. The café offers sandwiches, buns, pastries and cakes. Everything is baked by Rosendal’s bakers from scratch with carefully selected ingredients in their own bakery. Meet and greet outside in the orchard, or inside the greenhouse depending on season and weather.

Point of view - Fjällgatan at Södermalm

High up on the edge of a cliff lies the historic environment ”Fjällgatan”. A street with well-preserved wooden buildings from the 17th century on one side and a magnificent view of the other. From here you can admire Stockholms inlet and some of it’s islands - Royal Djurgården, Skeppsholmen and the famous Skeppsbron with it’s colorful buildings facing the water and the harbor.

Misty morning Stockholm view from Fjällgatan över Skeppsholmen