Visiting Stockholm Cathedral
In the Old Town, between the Royal Palace and the Nobel Museum, in the very heart of medieval Stockholm, you will find the Cathedral, known locally as Storkyrkan - the Great Church.
It is the mother church of the Church of Sweden Diocese of Stockholm. Lutheran in tradition, it offers a warm welcome to people of all backgrounds and beliefs.
Come and see the wonderful architecture, attend a service or enjoy a concert, be with God, light a candle - or find a little peace in the middle of a busy day. You will be very welcome.
Opening Hours 2014Monday-Sunday 9.00-16.00
June-July week days 9-17, August week days 9-18.
Bilingual morning prayer every week day at 9 o´clock
Entrance FeesAdults - SEK 40 /5 Euro. Senors SEK 30/4 Euro
Children under 18 and and all those who are looking to take part in a service or to pray - Free. We do accept EURO
Entrance fees groups
SEK 40/pp. Guide free of charge. Guided groups can pay with voucher or cash.
Guided toursWe offer guided tours in English, French, Russian and Latvian.
SEK 40 / person and SEK 500 for the guide
Please book through Normunds Kamergrauzis
AccessThe Cathedral has a level entrance on the south-east side of the building. Please call 08-723 30 16 for assistance.
Most of the interior is accessible for wheelchair users.
Toilets for wheelchair users are available on request.
Parking for authorised vehicles is available nearby.
Getting HereThe Cathedral is located on Gamla Stan (the Old Town) between the Royal Palace and the Nobel Museum, a short walk from Centralen (the Central Station).
Bus: 2, 43, 55, 76, getting off at Slottsbacken
Tunnelbana: Gamla Stan station on the Green and Red lines
Cycle: Follow cycle routes to Gamla Stan
Car: Please use a city centre car park.
Taxi: Trångsund 1, Ask for Storkyrkan (pronounced Stor-sheerkan)
Map for finding the Cathedral