The neo-Gothic Oscar Church is located in the Östermalm district near the History Museum, clearly visible at the intersection of Narvavägen and Storgatan. It is named after the Swedish King Oscar II (1829 - 1907), who consecrated the church himself in 1903. The three-nave hall church designed by Gustaf Hermansson has room for 1200 visitors and is thus one of the largest and most important churches in Stockholm.
- Streetcar: Line 7, stop Djurgårdsbron
- Bus: Line 67, 69, 76 stop Strandvägen