Skyview, Stockholm

Stockholm Skyview wide Soren Andersson

The entrance to Skyview. Photo: Soren Andersson

The Ericsson Globe is a Stockholm landmark and is technically the world’s largest spherical building.  Now you experience the globe in a new way by riding Skyview – two pods which travel to the top and back. The journey is over quite quickly, but the view is stunning.  Make sure you go on a clear day though to get the best out of your trip. This is an extract from our free Stockholm City Guide.

Stockholm Skyview pod Soren Andersson

One of the pods at Skyview in Stockholm. Photo: Soren Andersson

Skyview has been very popular since it was opened in 2010. In its first year it had 160,000 travellers and as such, booking ahead is recommended.  You can book tickets here but another option is to ride for free with the Stockholm Pass.

Stockholm Skyview globe Sören Andersson

A skyview pod travels around the Ericsson Globe. Photo: Sören Andersson

Skyview is open in the Spring, Autumn and Winter, Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 9.30am to 5pm.  There are extended opening hours in the summer. Adult tickets are 130 SEK (2011 prices).

LOCATION & CONTACT

Address:  Skyview, Globentorget 2 12177 Stockholm, Sweden
Tel: +46(0)8 6009100
Call Centre: 0771 811 000 (within Sweden)
Email: info@globearenas.se

You can use the Metro to get to Skyview. Take number 19 or 29 to Hagsätra or Högdalen, and get off at ‘Globen’ station.

MORE ON SKYVIEW

Stockholm Pass – Ride Skyview for free
Skyview – Official Website
Stockholm Hop-on, Hop Off  Tour – Stops at Skyview
More Things To Do In Stockholm – The full list of tours and activities
Hotels near Skyview (Stockholm Globe) – Lowest Prices guaranteed at Hotels.com
Skyview – Wikipedia

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