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Globes and Skyview

The largest spherical building in the world

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In the southern district of Johanneshov stands one of Stockholm's most striking and unusual landmarks: the Globen. The futuristic multi-purpose hall hosts ice hockey games and concerts, among other things, and from the roof you have a great view over Stockholm.
Since the company Ericsson acquired the naming rights in 2009, the world's largest spherical building is officially called Ericsson Globe, but the event hall, which is also used as an ice hockey stadium, is still known colloquially as Globen.

Skyview - Stockholm in 20 minutes

Since February 2010, visitors can take the elevator Skyview in two glass gondolas up to the 85,2 m high top of the Globen, from where there is a wonderful view over the whole of Stockholm. the whole visit takes approximately 20 minutes. The two gondolas drive alternately every 10 minutes, per gondola, a maximum of 16 persons are allowed. On nice days there can therefore be longer waiting times, so we recommend a reservation by phone or via the Skyview website.

Tickets and prices

  • Adults 150 SEK
  • Children (5-12 years) 100 SEK
  • Seniors (from 65 years) 100 SEK own gondola (max 14 seats) 1950 SEK, Seniors 1300 SEK