For the price of a Stockholm Metro ticket you can see sculptures, mosaics, paintings, art installations, inscriptions and reliefs from the 1950s through to the 2000s at most Stockholm Metro stations.
At T-centralen station check out the 1950s tiling and reliefs on the walls, while at the Arsenalsgatan, exit of Kungsträdgården station (blue line), you’ll see an archaeological dig consisting of ancient columns and details.
Solna Centrum station (blue line) stands out for its cavernous, bright red ceiling that seems to 'weigh down' on the platform. Meanwhile the walls of the station depict a spruce forest that is one kilometre long.
Our tip - for the price of a valid metro ticket you can join a guided tour of four or five stations with a Metro expert. If you're short of time, buy a ticket (valid for one hour from time of stamping) at T-Centralen and take the blue line to see the art at Rådhuset and Fridhemsplan stations.
As well as being a brilliant art exhibition the Stockholm Metro is a great way of getting around Stockholm and its suburbs.