Foto: Louise Linde

Visiting Storkyrkan - Stockholm Cathedral?

Welcome to Storkyrkan - Stockholm Cathedral, the nave for many historical events that changed Sweden and still does. Here you find information about opening hours, our audio guide and the renovation of the Cathedral.

You find the Cathedral in the Old Town, in between the Royal Palace and Stortorget, in the very heart of medieval Stockholm.

The building and history

Since the 1300s, Storkyrkan – Stockholm Cathedral – has been at the heart of religious and political life in Sweden. Events and personalities have left their mark, inside and out and still do in the form of royal weddings and the opening ceremony of the parliament every autumn.

The Cathedral is the home for many well-known artefacts as the wooden sculpture St George and the Dragon and the Parhelion painting, amongst a few.

The building itself has been extended several times, and features painted ceilings from the earliest construction.

Music life
The musical tradition in the Cathedral has attracted some of the finest organists and choir conductors in Sweden. Concerts are held weekly both in the Cathedral and in St Jacob's Church nearby.

Storkyrkan is the mother church of the Church of Sweden Diocese of Stockholm. Lutheran in tradition, it offers a warm welcome to people of all backgrounds and beliefs.

Welcome to discover the Cathedral, enjoy a concert, take part in service or find some peace in the midst of a busy day.

Cathedral Admission 
Adults: 100 SEK
Seniors: 70 SEK
Up to 18 years of age: free

 Audio guide (adults) is included in the entrance fee.

Opening hours:
Daily 9.00 AM - 6.00 PM

Please note, that we do not allow big bags, suitcases or bagpacks into the church room. 


Welcome to Storkyrkan - Stockholm Cathedral

Stockholm Cathedral is undergoing an external renovation. The Cathedral will be open during the time. Here you meet Nick Howe and Ulf Lindgren who informs and guides you through the church and why we are renovating the Cathedral. Welcome!

The making of a baroque-style church

The Cathedral's transformation from stone brick to a baroque-style church

Photographing in our churches

Please note that photography is allowed only for private use and must be done without causing any disturbance. If people are included in the photographs, you are not permitted to publish these images without their knowledge and consent.

However, if you intend to use the photographs or films professionally or for business purposes, you need to apply for accreditation. Please contact Louise Linde at

During masses and concerts, photography and filming are strictly prohibited.