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Stockholm Brewing Co

Enjoy a range of year-round and seasonal beers by Stockholm Brewing Co. Not only is the brewery well-known over the city for selling decadent drinks like Hallon Sour, HasBeen Drop of Coffee and Stockholm Lager, but the variety of beers also ensures that there is something to suit all kinds of taste and preferences. If you are in the mood to sample some of their beers, certainly head to Stockholm Brewing Co. and tantalize your taste buds.

Stockholm Palace

The King of Sweden's official residence, Stockholm Royal Palace, which dates back to the thirteenth century is situated in the Old Town. The new palace was built between 1697-1754, according to the original drawings, in Roman Baroque style. With over 600 rooms, the palace is one of the largest residential castles in Europe. A number of museums are located within the walls, such as the Treasury, Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities, the Royal Armoury and the Royal Chapel. The changing of the guard is a treat to watch.

Lake Mälaren

Freshwater Lake Mälaren lies just to the west of Stockholm, and flows out to the Baltic Sea. Offering its calm beauty to be admired by diners and fishers, the tour along the shore is a must-do. Besides Drottningholm Palace, the awe-inspiring home of the Swedish Royal Family, several of the small villages and harbors along the Lake will take you straight back into Viking times. Several boat tours on the Lake, leaving from Strömkajen Ferry Pier, explore the Stockholm Archipelago (Skärgården).

Fotografiska

Enjoy spell-binding art at Fotografiska, located in a historic Art Nouveau style building built in 1906. Known as one of the leading photography museums of our time, Fotografiska's large space is dedicated to hosting four large-scale exhibitions annually, besides also hosting 20 small scale exhibitions during the year. In the past, Fotografiska has featured prominent artists in the field, such as Helene Schmitz, Albert Wiking and Martin Borgen. The large space also consists of an award-winning restaurant, a gift shop and a book shop.

Drottningholm Palace

Overlooking the tranquil surface of Lake Malar, the Drottningholm Palace is Stockholm's crown jewel, the royal residence of the Swedish regal family that has been preserved for more than three centuries. Originally built as a grand, renaissance-style stone palace by John III of Sweden for his Queen, the palace was purchased by Queen Dowager Regent Hedwig Eleonora in 1661. The stone structure was ravaged by fire by the end of the same year, spurring the need for a re-construction. It was then that work on the palace began, and a prototype designed by architect Nicodemus Tessin the Elder was selected. The walls of this palace are steeped in an aura of splendor, one that extends to its main buildings, the Chinese Pavilion and the Drottningholms Palace Theater, as well. The Baroque and English gardens that unfold before the palace's stately facade evoke awe, and depict the stunning elements added by Gustav III of Sweden. The Drottningholm Palace is designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Swedish History Museum

The Swedish History Museum offers an engaging history of the Vikings and the ancient Swedish people. The museum is known for its excellent collection of medieval and prehistoric artifacts. Its reputation has been gilded by the opening of the Gold Room, which contains Sweden's largest collection of gold and silver treasures from the Viking era.

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