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✔️24h Hop-on Hop-off bus & boat
✔️Operates on Friday & at weekends only
Combine a visit to Fotografiska with a ticket to the Hop-on Hop-off buses and boats.
Enjoy the beautiful museum and get around the city in an easy and convenient way. All of this for a discounted price!
The product applies from age 12 +, for children tickets we recommend to buy the museum ticket at the entrance. Children under age of 13 rides our services for free.
See it all with one ticket. With stops at all the must-see locations, this is the ticket to your Stockholm adventure. Audio commentary in multiple languages is included in both the buses and the boats. This way you won’t just use Red Sightseeing as a mode of transportation, but also as a source for knowledge on this dynamic Scandinavian city. Furthermore, there is free Wi-Fi on board to catch up with friends and family and make them jealous with pictures of your trip. The boats also have a small café on board with Swedish ‘fika’ and soft drinks, so there is no need to go hungry or thirsty.
Fotografiska Stockholm is not only the world's most highly regarded museum dedicated to the wonderful world of photography. They have a popular photography Academy and a shop well stocked with photography books. All gathered in the beautiful Stora Tullhuset, Stockholm’s old customs house from the 1910s.
The museum is centered on a network of world-leading photographers. Since its opening, Fotografiska has produced more than 190 exhibitions featuring the works of icons such as Annie Leibovitz, David LaChapelle, Irving Penn, Helmut Newton, Sarah Moon, Nick Brandt, Ellen von Unwerth and Andres Serrano, as well as of countless young, promising photographers. By being responsible and taking a stance on controversial issues, Fotografiska helps build opinion and plays an active role in Swedish society. The museum's goal is simple, to inspire a more conscious world through the power of photography to bring people together, raise awareness and create positive change.