Konserthuset Stockholm is one of Sweden’s great architectural masterpieces.
Sunday 2 August 2020 14.00Ends approximately 15.00
Konserthuset Stockholm at Hötorget is one of Sweden’s great architectural masterpieces. Created during a period of expansion in Stockholm, by the Swedish architect Ivar Tengbom, it opened in 1926. Konserthuset Stockholm was built for the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and has since the start been the dedicated venue for the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony as well as many other prestigious events.
The tour is in Swedish. Maximum 10 persons/tour. Gathering in the foyer, entrance from Hötorget. Please note that our guide might wear a face mask during the tour.
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In the current situation, it is important that we help reduce the spread of covid-19. Konserthuset Stockholm follows the recommendations of the Public Health Agency of Sweden to give you a safe visit. We do this, among other things, by limiting the number of visitors, giving directions on distances, maintaining good hygiene in the premises and offering liquid hand sanitiser.