Stockholmsmässan International Congress & Exhibition Center

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Stockholm Conference center
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Total meeting space> 10,000 sq. m
Guest rooms
Mässvägen 1, Älvsjö
Stockholm 125 30

Stockholmsmässan International Congress & Exhibition Center

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Stockholm Conference center

Need dates

  • 11/17/201912/31/2019
  • 06/01/202008/14/2020


Room features and guest services

  • Internet access
  • View (Garden)


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance floor
  • Loading dock
  • Portable heaters
  • Portable walls
  • Staging area

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space> 10,000 sq. m
Meeting rooms76
Largest room25,900 sq. m
Second largest room18,974 sq. m
Exhibit Space> 10,000 sq. m


Local Attractions

The Royal Palace

21 minutes away
Welcome to one of the largest palaces in Europe! The Royal Palace is the official residence of His Majesty the King of Sweden, with over 600 rooms. The Palace is open to the public and offers no less than five museums. The Palace was largely built during the eighteenth century in the Italian Baroque style, on the spot where the “Tre Kronor” castle burned down in 1697. Visit the reception rooms with splendid interiors from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Rikssalen (the Hall of State) with Queen Kristina’s silver throne, and Ordenssalarna (Halls of the Orders of Chivalry). You can also see Gustav III’s Museum of Antiquities, the Tre Kronor Museum and the Treasury. The Royal Palace also contains the Armory, with royal costumes and armor, as well as coronation carriages and magnificent coaches from the Royal Stable. Make sure not to miss the parade of soldiers and the daily changing of the guard. Read more about the Royal Guards on

Boat sightseeing

22 minutes away
The fact that Stockholm is built on 14 beautiful islands connected by 57 bridges, makes a sightseeing tour by boat somewhat of a given. Stay aboard for the whole tour or hop on and off as you please

Stockholm Archipelago

30 minutes away
Just 20 minutes away from Stockholm a world of 30 000 islands begins! A few minutes away from the city of Stockholm, the archipelago begins. With nearly 30,000 islands, islets and rocks - from Öregrund in the north to Landsort in the south - each with its own character. Rugged nature blends with wooded islands, rocky cliffs and sandy beaches. Enjoy tranquil coves or the open sea where waves can go high. Explore uninhabited islets as well as islands with new communities and ancient villages, where large houses and small cottages stand side by side.

The City Hall

Historical landmark
21 minutes away
Stockholm City Hall, with its spire featuring the golden Three Crowns, is one of the most famous silhouettes in Stockholm. It is one of the country’s leading examples of national romanticism in architecture. The City Hall was designed by the architect Ragnar Östberg is built from eight million bricks. The 106 meter tall tower has the three crowns, which is the Swedish national coat of arms, at its apex. Behind the magnificent facades are offices and session halls for politicians and officials, as well as splendid assembly rooms and unique works of art. Stockholm’s municipal council meets in Rådssalen, the Council Chamber. The great Nobel banquet is also held in City Hall. After dinner in Blå hallen, the Blue Hall, Nobel Prize laureates, royalty and guests dance in Gyllene salen, the Golden Hall, with its 18 million gold mosaic tiles. The City Hall shop features specially designed souvenirs and presents that commemorate City Hall and Stockholm. The City Hall is open to the public through guided tours only. Guided tours are held daily in Swedish and English at certain hours. During summer months the tours are available in several other languages. During the same period you can also climb up inside the tower and enjoy a fantastic view over the city. Tours can be canceled with short notice due to events.

The Vasa Museum

32 minutes away
The Vasa is the only preserved seventeenth-century ship in the world, and a unique art treasure. More than 95 percent of the ship is original, and it is decorated with hundreds of carved sculptures. The 69 meter-long warship Vasa sank on its maiden voyage in the middle of Stockholm in 1628, and was salvaged 333 years later in 1961. For nearly half a century the ship has been slowly, deliberately and painstakingly restored to a state approaching its original glory. The three masts on the roof outside the specially built museum show the height of the ship's original masts. Today the Vasa Museum is the most visited museum in Scandinavia, with over one million visitors a year. There are ten different exhibitions around the ship to tell about life on board the ship. The film about the Vasa is shown in 13 different languages. In addition there is a well-stocked shop and a pleasant restaurant. Tours of the museum take place every day. Free admission for children up to 18 years.

Gamla Stan (Old Town)

Historical landmark
21 minutes away
Gamla Stan, the Old Town, is one of the largest and best preserved medieval city centers in Europe, and one of the foremost attractions in Stockholm. This is where Stockholm was founded in 1252. All of Gamla Stan and the adjacent island of Riddarholmen are like a living pedestrian-friendly museum full of sights, attractions, restaurants, cafés, bars and places to shop. Gamla Stan is also popular with aficionados of handicrafts, curios and souvenirs. The narrow winding cobblestone streets, with their buildings in so many different shades of gold, give Gamla Stan its unique character. Even now cellar vaults and frescoes from the Middle Ages can be found behind the visible facades, and on snowy winter days the district feels like something from a story book. There are several beautiful churches and museums in Gamla Stan, including Sweden’s national cathedral Stockholm Cathedral and the Nobel Museum. The largest of the attractions in the district is the Royal Palace, one of the largest palaces in the world with over 600 rooms. In addition to the reception rooms, there are several interesting museums in the Palace, including the Royal Armory, with royal costumes and armor. Don't miss the parade of soldiers and the daily changing of the guard. Västerlånggatan and Österlånggatan are the district’s main streets. The city wall that once surrounded the city ran inside these streets along what is now Prästgatan. In the middle of Gamla Stan is Stortorget, the oldest square in Stockholm. Stortorget is the central point from which runs Köpmangatan, the oldest street in Stockholm, which was mentioned as early as the fourteenth century. Mårten Trotzigs gränd (Mårten Trotzigs alley) is hard to find. It’s the narrowest alley in Gamla Stan, only 90 centimeters wide at its narrowest point. Make sure not to miss Riddarholmen and the Riddarholmen Church. The church is a royal burial church, and was built as a Franciscan monastery for the so-called Grey Brother monks in the thirteenth century.

Abba the Museum

20 km away
ABBA The Museum is more than an ordinary museum. Naturally, the members’ costumes, gold records, original items, memorabilia, and much, much more are here. But at this museum you are an important part of the experience! We simply want you to experience the feeling of being the 5th ABBA member. To find out what you would look like in their legendary stage costumes, to sing at the Polar Studio, to experience exciting 3D avatars, and to enter the stage together with the band. Your material will be recorded on your personal ID number on your ticket.
Djurgårdsvägen 68


21 minutes away
Östermalm makes for an interesting contradiction. It’s a posh residential neighborhood. But it also has the highest concentration of nightclubs in the city, found around Stureplan. Bibliotekstan is the city’s most affluent shopping district, with exclusive Scandinavian and international brands. A slow saunter between the food stalls in the Östermalmshallen market hall is also mandatory. Take a walk along Strandvägen, and enjoy the magnificent buildings and wonderful seaside views.

Distance from airport

  • 40 km from venue


  • Paid parking
  • Bus parking


Stockholmsmässan is one of the world's leading and most flexible organizers of large scale meetings. We are the largest meeting place in the Nordic region. Together with our clients we have been organizing meetings that provide inspiration, knowledge and business for more than 75 years. Regardless if you are looking for the perfect meeting place for an international summit or a public trade show - we have something to offer. We love to meet you!


High season
Jan 1 – Feb 28
Nov 16 – Dec 15
Shoulder season
Sep 1 – Sep 7
Sep 15 – Sep 30
Apr 1 – May 30
Oct 1 – Oct 31
Mar 1 – Mar 31
Low season
Dec 16 – Dec 31
Jun 1 – Aug 10

Cancellation Policy

• If cancellation is made at the latest 12 months before the access date, a cancellation fee corresponding 10% of the price will be charged. • If cancellation is made at the latest 3-12 months before the access date, a cancellation fee corresponding 75% of the price will be charged. • If cancellation is made later than 3 months before the access date a cancellation fee corresponding 100% of the price will be charged.

Additional Information

• Owners: Stockholmsmässan is owned by the City of Stockholm and the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce. As such, constant investments and returns are made to the venue in order to keep the facilities up to date and to the highest standard. Updates are made to conference rooms, AV technology, digital signage, electricity, ventilation and IT infrastructure every year. • Sustainability: We work on sustainability issues in a broad sense, from business ethics and employer responsibility, to the environment and community involvement. Stockholmsmässan is working in line with ISO 20121, an international standard for sustainable events, and intend to certify the operations in 2019. • WiFi & Network: Stockholmsmässan has a digital infrastructure covering the whole venue including exhibition halls, congress halls, meeting rooms and public areas. We have the knowledge and experience of designing networks with fixed and wireless connections to meet the highest requirements when it comes to capacity and accessibility. Fixed network connections can be delivered to any space in our building and our wireless infrastructure offers the latest technology and supports the AC-standard. One fixed IP connection is always included in our meeting rooms. A fast and reliable Wi-Fi for at least 10 000 simultaneous users (and 20 000 concurrent devices) covers all areas of Stockholmsmässan. Currently (2018) there are 460 access points and a maximum bandwidth of 10 Gbit. An open Wi-Fi (current bandwidth 1 Gbit) is free for all visitors and exhibitors.