You can purchase a Stockholm Pass for 1, 2, 3 or 5 days. The price varies between sellers.
however in winter the majority of the museums close at 4:00pm and open at 10:00am, as well as the hop-off hop-on. Therefore, I am not very sure about the value for money.
Whilst the pass was useful in getting access to a number of attractions, a substantial number including boat trips, quite a few palaces and houses and Tivoli Gardens were not available during October. Others closed a little earlier than in the summer. There should have been a substantial reduction in the cost of t(e card - say half price - to reflect this. Also, transport should have been included, not an optional extra. We had just spent three days in Copenhagen using the Copenhagen card and had no problems with places not allowing us in - we went to Tivoli in Copenhagen - and all transport was included. Much better value than Stockholm Pass
Middle benefit from the card
I traveled in October.
Many excursions and museums do no work already.
The working hours of museums and excursions are very short. It is difficult to visit more than 3 museums a day, otherwise it makes no sense to buy this card.
You can’t use guided tours of the company’s “Hop-on Hop-off”, but only “Hop on Hop off”, which is not known before buying a card.
I was not allowed to the Junibacken Museum on the card. In museum said that its card does not fit in this museum but the site shows that admission is free.
It was a great experience
It was a great experience, but should be more honest of which venues are open and which not after the beginning of September.
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