Explore Stockholm Through Virtual Reality

Explore Stockholm through Virtual Reality

We love and care about the people who live in and visit our beautiful city.
For the immediate future, we encourage everyone to practice good social distancing and minimize the spread of COVID-19 during this global pandemic. Fortunately, technology makes it possible to explore Stockholm through virtual reality.

Walk down the cobblestone streets of Gamla Stan, visit the animals in Skansen, and live vicariously through your computer screen.

Stay safe, everyone.

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Explore Gamla Stan, Gröna Lund, Hötorget, Skansen, and the Royal Palace with YouVisit.com’s tour of Stockholm.

Drag your mouse to get a 360-degree view of each location and listen to some traditional Swedish folk music.

You can also enjoy the following sites:

Bird’s eye view of the city on a sunny, clear blue day
Streetview of Järnstorget in Stockholm
St. George and the Dragon statue in Gamla Stan
Sit on the veranda of Fanfångan overlooking the city
Walk Södermalm’s famous Fjällgatan
Sit on the rocks of Skinnarviksberget overlooking the city

Museums

Enjoy panoramas and 360 views of the following museums in Stockholm:

Vasa Museum
City Hall, Stadshuset
Swedish Museum of Natural History
Visit Birka, a Viking trading center
Drottningholm Palace
Solliden Palace grounds

Explore Swedish Nature

Take in a deep breath of fresh air, listen to the birds, and move the screen around to meet a moose up close and personal.

See the pale pink cherry blossoms in Kungsträdgården
Canoe on Lake Mälaren
Visit the butterfly gardens in Haga Parken

Head out with some Swedish youngsters for an evening swim in 20C waters. Make sure to move the camera around and join in the fun.

No need to feel stuck in the city. Head out to the woods for a virtual walk through the springtime forests.

Relax at the top of a beautiful Swedish waterfall called, Flamme Fallet, the Flame Falls, located near Knäred, Sweden. The high iron in the water gives the water a unique reddish/brownish color.

And for a unique experience, you can even go back and time and drive through Stockholm in the 1980s.


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Author: Lisa Ferland

Lisa Ferland is the Assistant Editor of Slow Travel Stockholm and mother to one ninja warrior and one dancing firefly who often trade descriptions regularly. Follow her writing at lisaferland.com or on Instagram.

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