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SkyView Stockholm

SkyView takes you to the top of the Ericsson Globe, a spherical Stockholm landmark in the south of the city.  You are transported up the 130 metres in a glass gondola attached to rails on the superstructure of the building.

  • SkyView, Globen in Stockholm

SkyView, Globen in Stockholm

Cameras and smart phones at the ready

The views of Stockholm from SkyView are brilliant: you see Stockholm, built on 14 islands, in all directions and you can even see some of Stockholm’s glittering archipelago. The trip takes a leisurely 16 minutes and there are two gondolas side-by-side, each carrying 16 people.
For the technically-minded, the Ericsson Globe was reinforced with 70 tonnes of steel, airlifted in by helicopter and installed by mountaineers (who else). You can combine a trip on SkyView with a guided tour of the inside of the Ericsson Globe – a multipurpose rock concert to ice hockey venue.

Say ‘I do’ at SkyView

Say ‘I do’ on top of the world’s largest spherical building and amaze people when they ask you where you got married. The organizers even arrange champagne and eats.

Getting to SkyView is easy, take the Stockholm Metro Green line straight to ‘Globen’ station. The attraction is just a couple of minutes’ walk away


All year round


A part of the official gateway to Sweden