The Kulturhuset is located on Sergels Torg in the centre of Stockholm. The 'culture house' was designed by Peter Celsing and opened in 1974. The building is focused on the adjacent square, which is situated ten metres lower than the building and composed of black and white shapes. At the eastern side of the square, one can find the 'Kristallvertikalaccent', a sculpture of glass and steel, designed by Edvin Ohrstrom. Peter Celsing's Kulturhuset is a low, long building with a glazed, lined fašade. The backside of the building is completely closed. The complex consists of two parts: a theatre with a simple square shape and a long drawn-out exposition part. On the ground floor, a large model of Stockholm is on display.
An extensive schedule is available on the website of the Kulturhuset. The opening hours of the ticket office are:
Tuesday - Friday: 11.00 - 18.00
Saturday: 11.00 - 18.00
Sunday: 11.00 - 17.00
How to get there?
The Kulturhuset is located next to the metro station T-Centralen. Buses 47, 52, 56, 59 and 69 go to Sergels Torg (the adjacent square).