World Heritage Skogskyrkogården

Information on the corona virus

Cancelled events

We follow the recommendations of The Public Health Agency of Sweden regarding the corona virus (covid-19). All our events are cancelled from March 17 until April 30. This applies to city walks as well. Updated information on how the museum is affected.

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The Woodland Crematorium; in the backgrund the Granite Cross and the meditation grove Elm Hill (Almhöjden). Photo: Susanne Hallman
  • Öppettid

    Every Sunday at 10.30am,

    June—September

  • Pris

    SEK 150

  • Plats

    Enskede

    Meeting place is printed on ticket.

Skogskyrkogården, The Woodland Cemetery, is considered one of the most important creations of modern architecture, and is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

When Skogskyrkogården was founded at the beginning of the 1900s, the aim was to create something special, something original — a cemetery blending nature and architecture into a seamless whole.

Guided tours during Summer season

Guided tours in English every Sunday at 10.30am from June until September.

Tickets

Tickets to our public tours are only sold in advance; at the City Museum, at the Medieval Museum or online

Visits

The Woodland Cemetery is open for visits every day of the year, no entrance fee. Visitors Center open summertime. Read more at www.skogskyrkogarden.se.

Private tour

Private guided tours are available throughout the year in Swedish, English, Spanish, Italian, French, German and Japanese.

Prices

Private guided tour for groups up to 40 people.
Weekdays daytime (8am—4.30pm): SEK 3,100
Weekends and evenings: SEK 3,700

Please contact our booking-service for further details.Telephone +46 8 508 316 20 book.citymuseum@stockholm.se