At the Stockholm Transport Museum, you can experience the heritage of Stockholm in an exciting and unusual way. Why not take a seat in a horse tram from the 1800s, drive an underground train or feel a touch of nostalgia at the sight of our old, light blue trams. It almost goes without saying that there are historic vehicles to be see here at Stockholm County’s local transport museum. Public transport in Stockholm began when women, also known as rowing madams, ferried the Stockholmers of the time between the city’s islands. Now millions of people travel all over the city every day. There are countless stories to tell. At the Transport Museum you can learn about the city and the history of public transport and technology, but there are also other things to see and do.
Most museums depict how life was in the past and ours is no different, but at the Stockholm Transport Museum our own day and age is also represented. Additionally, if you would like to know what the public transport of the future will look like, then this is the museum for you.
Adult: 50 SEK, senior citizens: 25 SEK, young people 7-18 years old: 25 SEK, students: 25 SEK. Fred admission for children up to 7 years old
How to get here?
The museum is located in Södermalm at Tegelviksgatan 22. The easiest way to get here is by bus no 2 from Slussen. The bus sign says Sofia and the name of the stop is Spårvägsmuseet.