Guns, Cannons And A Great War Tour

Interested in the Swedish history of army and military? We’ve made this tour for you.

Cafe 91

Have a large portion of porridge for breakfast.

Suggested stay: 60 min

Livrustkammaren

The Royal Armoury is a museum in the Royal Palace in Stockholm, Sweden. It contains many artifacts of Swedish military history and Swedish royalty. It is the oldest museum in Sweden, established in 1628 by King Gustavus Adolphus when he decided that his clothes from his campaign in Poland should be preserved for posterity.

Suggested stay: 60 min

Restaurang Hjerta

Hjerta is located on Skeppsholmen - an island traditionally strongly associated with the military (a lot of military buildings was located here) Hjerta is an alternative spelling of ”hjärta” which means heart in Swedish. They cook food and serve wine with a lot of heart, and they do it with a twist! They’re located in a former shipyard that has been carefully refurbished and modernized to keep the maritime-touch. The interior is warm and bright with a lovely view overlooking the quay, with all the boats which are so typical for Skeppsholmen. During the summer they have an extensive outdoor seating – just by the water.

Suggested stay: 60 min

Armemuseet

Follow men, women and children through Sweden’s history of war and peace. Roam from the Viking period to the present day among dramatic, full-scale scenes and original artifacts in temporary and permanent exhibitions. Don’t miss the Trophy Chamber with its unique spoils of war and trophies. Learn more about Raoul Wallenberg and his deeds during World War II. Audioguide in English, free of charge. Guided tours in Swedish and English during the summer.

Suggested stay: 60 min

Café Piastowska

Visiting Café Piastowska is like taking a trip back in time, to Eastern Europe between the world wars. The décor is rustic dark wood. The tables are covered in poison green lace tablecloths in nylon and set with rose-patterned china and there’s candles everywhere. Food is Polish - you’re definitely in for a treat.

Suggested stay: 60 min