There are many things to see and do in Stockholm, a city that offers over 100 museums to visit, in the centre and in the archipelago.
The museums are listed categorically or by area on the Stockholm Visitors Board website. You can also find information about operatic, musical and theatrical performances, current events, activities for children, dining and nightlife, the city’s surroundings and much more. Please visit:
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There are many sports clubs and outdoor activities in and around Stockholm. KTH-Hallen is a sports club situated on KTH Campus.
Friskis & Svettis is a non-profit sports association with several premises in the Stockholm area.
For outdoor activities, Friluftsfrämjandet is a voluntary, non-political, non-profit, non-religious and independent organisation.
The International Library offers books for loan in more than 100 languages. It is located on Odengatan 59, underground station Odenplan.
SIRAP- Stockholm International Researchers' Association is a social club for busy people that strives to bring together international researchers with minimal bureaucracy. Membership is free for researchers and their families, but the association is built on active participation. For more information about how to become a member and join the e-mail list, please visit the website.
The English Speaking Community Club, based in Stockholm, is a non-profit organization oriented toward the cultural and social needs of Sweden's English speaking community. For more information, please visit the website.
“Läsesalongen” is a library in Kulturhuset, Sergels Torg, where you can read books, newspapers and periodicals from all over the world. You can also listen to CDs and borrow music, videos and films, all free of charge.