The Stockholm Pass (since 2021 it is officially called “Go Stockholm Pass”) offers free entry to more than 40 of the most important sights in Stockholm. In addition, it allows free participation in numerous bus and boat tours. On this page, we have summarized all important information about the Stockholm Pass. We show you for whom the Stockholm Pass is worthwhile and where you can buy it cheapest.
- What are the advantages of the Stockholm Pass?
- Booking and Prices 2021
- For whom is the Stockholm Pass worthwhile?
- Travelcard for the local traffic
- All tours and sightseeings
- Alternatives to the Stockholm Pass
What are the advantages of the Stockholm Pass?
The Stockholm Pass is the only City Pass for Stockholm. It is not only the cost saving that makes the Stockholm Pass attractive, but also the time saving. It is directly valid as an entrance ticket at the sightseeings and there is no need to queue up at the cash desk.
- Museums and Attractions
Free admission to the top sights in Stockholm (e.g. Vasa Museum).
- Tours and excursions
Free and unlimited boat and bus tours in Stockholm
- Free digital travel guide
Info on all sights and tours
Booking and Prices 2021
The prices for the Stockholm Pass vary according to the validity (1-5 days). Children under 3 years are free, young people from 13 years pay the full price.
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The overview in the table are the regular prices. Often there are also discount promotions, which you can find on the official website of the provider gocity.com: Check price.
Important: With our exclusive coupon code TRAVELGUIDE you get an additional 5% discount.
For whom is the Stockholm Pass worthwhile?
The Stockholm Pass is not really cheap. But if you want to see a lot of Stockholm and its surroundings in a few days, you can actually save a lot of money.
- Stockholm Pass for 24 hours
Ideal for those who only have one or even half a day. The pass is especially worthwhile for cruise tourists or tourists passing through Sweden who have never been to Stockholm before and want to see many of the top sights. Example: the tickets for the hop-on/hop-off tours and the entrance fee for the Vasa Museum alone cost as much as the Stockholm Pass. If you also visit other attractions, you will quickly have saved several hundred kroner.
- Stockholm Pass for several days
Idela for those who want to experience a lot. Many of the offered tours e.g. to the Stockholm archipelago or to the castle Drottningholm cost regularly between 300 and 400 SEK. Also those who take it easy and only visit the city by hop-on/hop-off tour and the Vasa museum on the first day will already save money if they only do a boat trip and visit a museum or an attraction on the following days.
- Is the Stockholm Pass worth it for families?
We advise families to carefully calculate if the pass is really worthwhile. As in numerous museums and castles (as also the Vasa-Museum), children up to 18 years have a free entrance anyway. Here, it is often better to buy only a Stockholm Pass for the adults and if necessary, to buy a ticket on the spot for the children.
- Three top sightseeings are missing in the Stockholm Pass: the Abba Museum, the open-air museum Skansen and the Stockholm Castle.
Travelcard for the local traffic
Until 2020, the Stockholm Pass also included an optional “Travelcard” with which the public transport in Stockholm could be used. However, the fact that this option no longer exists is not a disadvantage: those who are only in Stockholm for a short time can get everywhere with the hop-on/hop-off buses and boats. And those who stay longer can simply buy a time ticket for the local traffic.
All tours and sightseeings
Below is a list of all the tours and sights that you can experience for free with the pass.
|Attraction||regular price (SEK)||Notes|
|Hop-on/hop-off bus and boat tours||250||as many trips as you like|
|Fjäderholmarna – Stromma||165|
|Boat trip to Drottningholm Castle||250|
|Boat trip Royal Canal||250|
|Dansmuseet – Dance Museum||160|
|Artipelag (Archipelago boat tour)||185|
|Prince Eugene’s Waldemarsudde||150|
|Gustavsberg Boat Tour||325|
|Skokloster Castle and boat trip||415|
|St. Nicholas Church Stockholm||60|
|Boat trip to Sandhamn||400|
|Boat trip under the bridges of Stockholm||330|
|The Viking Museum||179|
|K A Almgren Silk Weaving Mill & Museum||75|
|Birka – The Viking City||445|
|Archipelago Tour with Guide||330|
|Toy Museum – Bergrummet||140|
|Sven Harry’s Art Gallery||120|
|S/S Stockholm to Vaxholm||330|
|Artipelag boat trip – Stromma||325|
|Butterfly House – Haga Ocean||210|
|Nobel Prize Museum||130|
|Hop-on, hop-off bus||350|
|National Museum of Science and Technology||150|
|Boat trip to Sigtuna||415|
|Bergius Botanical Garden||80|
|Tom Tits Experiment||230|
Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Can I visit attractions more than once?
No, each attraction can only be visited once with the Stockholm Pass. However, the hop-on/hop-off buses and boats are an exception and can be used as many times as you like.
Can the Stockholm Pass be cancelled?
The provider gocity.com advertises a free cancellation of up to 90 days.
Is there a voucher or discount code for the Stockholm Pass?
Yes, we have a 5% coupon for the Stockholm Pass. Simply enter the code TRAVELGUIDE when ordering and you will save an additional 5% on the purchase price.
Alternatives to the Stockholm Pass
The Stockholm Card (stockholmskortet) issued by the city of Stockholm was unfortunately discontinued on 31.12.2015. The reason for this were probably too high prices for the SL ticket. With the Stockholm Card, one got free entrance to more than 80 museums and attractions, was allowed to use the whole public transport and participate free of charge in some sightseeing tours.
Unfortunately, there is no longer an offer with the exact same conditions. Also other city passes as the iVenture Stockholm Attraction Pass were discontinued again. Thus, the Stockholm Pass is currently the only city pass for Stockholm.