Stockholm Pass

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The Stockholm Pass is an all-inclusive, multi-attraction pass that gets you into over 60 of Stockholm’s most popular attractions. The Stockholm Pass is available in durations of 1, 2, 3, or 5 days. With the Stockholm Pass, you’ll be able to explore a wide range of famous museums, historic monuments, and family friendly sites. Learn about the remarkable men and women who have been honored with one of the world’s greatest awards at the Nobel Prize Museum. Go back in time and explore a 17th Century warship at the Vasa Museum. Soak up the splendor of the Swedish monarchy at the Royal Palace. All these adventures and so much more is at your disposal when you choose the Stockholm Pass by Leisure Pass.

Top Included Stockholm Attractions                            

  • The Royal Palace
  • Vasa Museum
  • Nobel Prize Museum
  • Hop-On Hop-Off Bus/Boat Tour
  • Nordiska Museet
  • Skansen Open Air Museum
  • Fargfabriken
  • Storkyrikan Cathedral

See the complete list of attractions and tours in the sidebar, divided by type of activity.

How the Stockholm Pass Works

The Stockholm Pass works as an all-digital pass. You simply get your unique QR code scanned at an attraction and go—there’s no need to exchange money at the site itself.

The Stockholm Pass comes in durations of either 1, 2, 3, or 5 days. There are over 60 top attractions located in Stockholm that accept it.

From the moment you purchase it, your Stockholm Pass is good for one year. As soon as you use your Stockholm Pass for the first time, it is considered active. You must then use it for consecutive days—that is, if you start using your 3-day pass on a Monday, you must use it on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

What’s Good?

The Stockholm Pass doesn’t require you to carry any sort of tickets or remember to pack any paperwork. All you need is a smartphone to scan your Stockholm Pass, which makes it an incredibly convenient product.

Since the Stockholm Pass is available for instant download immediately after purchase, you have a great deal of flexibility as you consider when to buy it. As a result, it’s perfect for a last-minute escape getaway, and easy to find on sale—just stalk the price online and wait until the right moment to click buy.

The Stockholm Pass can be purchased in conjunction with a Stockholm Travelcard. The Stockholm Travelcard is good for unlimited travel on Stockholm’s public transit system, which includes buses, trams, subways, ferries, and commuter trains. Having this helpful card in hand before you even arrive in town will make getting around the lovely city of Stockholm a breeze.

You also receive the Stockholm Pass Guidebook free of charge when you purchase a Stockholm Pass. This insightful resource comes complete with local maps, travel tips, and more. It is also available in a digital format that can be downloaded straight to your phone.

The Stockholm Pass is not strictly limited to the city limits—it includes several tours, museums, and historic sites located outside the city. If there’s an attraction in the greater Stockholm area you’re interested in visiting, it is likely covered by the Stockholm Pass.

What Could Get Better?

Since the Stockholm Pass is designed to function as an all-digital product, you’ll have to go to a bit of extra effort if you want a paper copy. You have three options. You can either print out a paper copy of the pass on your own, have a paper copy shipped to your home address, or pick up a paper copy of the pass at a “Redemption Desk” once you arrive in Stockholm.

Because the Stockholm Pass must be used on consecutive days, you’ll have to plan your schedule carefully ahead of time in order to maximize the efficiency of the pass. This might not be a big deal for 1 or 2 days, but the longer the pass you purchase the more you’ll be locked into a set block of time.

As handy as the Stockholm Travelcard proves to be for many visitors, at present it cannot be used in conjunction with the digital version of the Stockholm Pass. If you’re interested in combing your Stockholm Pass with a Travelcard, you’ll need to use the paper version—and you’ll also need to order it at the same time you order your pass, for it cannot be added at a later time.

As awesome as it is that some 60 attractions are available to you as part of your Stockholm Pass, you’ll want to note that a fair number of these attractions are only available during certain times of the year. As you plan your trip, you’ll want to keep a close eye on the seasonal schedule for each attraction you want to visit.

Get Your Money’s Worth with a Stockholm Pass

The Stockholm Pass saves you money by charging you one flat fee ahead of time in place of an attraction fee assessed at each and every attraction you want to visit.

If you want to do the math yourself, consult the Stockholm Pass website for a full list of attraction prices. There you can also see a sample itinerary to compare rates and keep track of potential savings.

Another good idea for maximizing your money while in Stockholm is to visit those attractions that have the most expensive admission rates first. This way, if you have any leftover attractions—sites that you’re just dying to see but ran out of time to visit during the duration of your pass—you can be stuck paying only the cheapest fees out of pocket.

Insider Stockholm Pass Tips

Activate your Stockholm Pass first thing in the morning. This will give you the maximum amount of time to use your Stockholm Pass—which of course will help you save the most money possible. The more attractions you enjoy, the more money you’ll save.

The Stockholm Pass includes a number of different museums, guided tours, and water cruises. As terrific as all of these unique outings are, there can be some overlap. If you’re working with a limited time schedule, consider picking only your top choice(s) in each category of attraction. This will help you see a diverse cross-section of attractions, and experience Stockholm in all is complexity and sophistication.

Before you begin using your Stockholm Pass, make sure to scout out the weather. A lot of Stockholm’s fine attractions are found in the great outdoors. If you’ll be in town for multiple days, save the best of the outdoor attractions for what’s forecasted to be your trip’s nicest day.

Also, don’t forget to check your attraction’s hours of operations. While the majority of Stockholm’s most popular attractions are open year-round, several popular sites/tours only operate during certain months of the year. Keep that in mind as you plan your trip.

Where to Buy the Stockholm Pass

The Stockholm Pass is sold by many online vendors as well as many concierges in Stockholm but they will all sell it for full price. You can get a nice discount if you buy it at the official site and wait for a sale online.