SOLD OUT. A historical glimpse of the sexual culture and diverse lives of LGBTQ people in the city.
Join in on a city walk about the queer history of Stockholm from the late 1800s until today. During the walk, you visit a number of places in the capital that have been associated with sexual expectations and possibilities, but also constraints — from nightclubs, bathhouses and cruising parks to private homes and public toilets. You are also introduced to the historical links between sexuality and the city at large.
The city walk is given in English.
Östermalm, central Stockholm.
Meeting point is printed on the ticket.
Erik Gunnarsson, museum educator.
The walk takes 90 minutes and is about 2 kilometers long.
Wheelchair and stroller friendly.