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Guided Tours

Buy your tickets online or at the Information desk in the main entrance hall. At the bottom of the page you can see which tours you can buy tickets for right now.

Guided Tour on Art and Architecture

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.

    • 120 SEK per person.
    • The tour is in Swedish.
    • Maximum 25 persons per tour.

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How an Orchestra works

Learn more about the large symphony orchestra. Reading from the book How to build an orchestra works is combined with a visit to the stage in Konserthuset Stockholm’s main concert venue, where you will learn more about one of the orchestra’s instruments. In addition, we sing together and try to conduct each other. 

  • Children 50 SEK, adult 80 SEK.
  • Suitable for children aged 6–10 years.
  • In Swedish only.
  • The activity takes about 45 minutes.

Guided Tours

  • Genre: Kids & family

    Playful learning for children 6-10 years.

    Saturday 11 February 2023 12.45
  • Genre: Art & architecture

    Experience one of Sweden's architectural masterpieces, and the venue for the Nobel Price Award Ceremony.

    Friday 17 February 2023 13.15
  • Genre: Art & architecture

    Experience one of Sweden's architectural masterpieces, and the venue for the Nobel Price Award Ceremony.

    Saturday 18 February 2023 13.00
  • Genre: Art & architecture

    Experience one of Sweden's architectural masterpieces, and the venue for the Nobel Price Award Ceremony.

    Saturday 25 February 2023 13.00