Hollywood has produced an American version of the first book in Stieg Larsson’s series, adding perspectives to the original Swedish film adaptations. The main characters live and work in the central island of Södermalm in Stockholm. Now you can experience the atmosphere on location.
We start the walk at Bellmansgatan, which is where Mikael Blomkvist lives.Then continue on passing by the Millennium editorial office and up the hill to Lisbeth Salander’s luxury apartment. We will also see several additional locations mentioned in the books and films, including the latest books in the series by author David Lagercrantz, “The Girl in the Spider’s Web” and “The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye”
You will also learn more about historical and contemporary Stockholm and its inhabitants – most likely a key factor to Stieg Larssons’s choice of location settings.
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Public guided tour
Guided tours in English every Saturday at 11.30am. July—September also Thursdays at 6pm. Meeting-point is printed on ticket. The tour takes approximately two hours.
In order to buy a ticket online you need an e-mail-adress and a credit card. Your ticket is sent to your e-mail where you can print it at your convenience. Every ticket has a unique code that is verified at admission.
You can book a private guided tour throughout the year. Available in Swedish, English, French, Italian, Spanish, German, Portugese, Danish, Finnish and Russian.
Prices for a private guided tour for groups up to 30 people:
Weekdays SEK 2,900
Weekends and evenings after 5pm SEK 3,500
Please contact our booking-service for further details.
Telephone +46 8 508 316 20
The Millennium Map
Buy a Millennium Map and tour the sites on your own. The map will also guide you to places in Stieg Larsson's Stockholm outside of Södermalm. The map is available in Swedish, English, French; German, Italian and Spanish.
The Millennium Map (SEK 40) is available at the City Museum shop