The Medieval Stockholm Walk

A piece of the oldest known depiction of Stockholm, The Parhelion painting. The original was painted in 1535 and attributed to Urban Painters. A copy was made in 1636 by Jacob Elbfas and it hangs in Church of St. Nicholas.
Thursday July 12


SEK 120

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The Old Town

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Join the Medieval Museum in a city-walk and discover the early history of Stockholm.

Along the narrow streets of Old Town, up on the facades and right among the cobble stones we find clues to life in medieval Stockholm. During our walk, we hear about the city’s residents and temporary visitors. We listen to stories of everyday life, festivities, piety and merciless punishment.

The tour ends with a visit to Blackfriars’ cellar where some miracles are said to have happened.

Organizer: The Medieval Museum

Walks summer 2018

Thursday July 12 at 3—4.30pm
Thursday July 26 at 3—4.30pm

Thursday August 9 at 3—4.30pm
Thursday August 23 at 3—4.30pm


About 2 kilometers


This walk is not accessible for people using wheelchairs or strollers.