It’s the last month of Winter, and Stockholm is bursting with things to do. Whether you are into Champagne or gardening, we got something for you. Check out our list of things to do in Stockholm in March 2018.
Stockholm Malt, Food & Distillate fair at Stockholmsmässan
At the biggest fair venue in Stockholm – Stockholmsmässan – a fair focusing on malt, food, and distillation will take place from Friday, March 16th – Saturday, 17th. Visit exhibitioners, from restaurant owners to microbreweries and importers and have a taste. You purchase your ticket here, and on spot, you buy the tasting samples. The samples are for sales from SEK 10 and up.
Signature guitars – Pop-up exhibition at ABBA The Museum
For music nerds, ABBA Museum’s next pop-up exhibition will be one of a kind. They are exhibiting a collection of signature guitars. It’s the Swedish music profile Claes af Geijerstam who’s providing his extraordinary collection of guitars from artists like Sheryl Crowe, Eric Clapton and Slash from Guns n Roses. The exhibition is part of the ticket for ABBA the Museum.
The 90’s Party
If you’re spending your days missing the 90’s music and everything else the ’90s had to offer, the 90s Party on March 9th will probably be the best night of your night (since the 90s, that is). At Kungliga Tullhuset at Stadsgårdshamnen (Slussen), there will be DJs, a lounge area, light installations and, naturally, lots of people dressed after the ’90s. Read more about the evening and purchase yourself a ticket here.
Indulge in Champagne at Spritmuseum in Stockholm
Who doesn’t like to treat themselves with little bubbles every once in a while? At Spritmuseum, the liquor museum in Stockholm, you can truly indulge in Champagne when their exhibition Champagne! is on. It’s about the details of the production and its spot in trends and popular culture. On the 10th of March, you can also go to their tasting in Champagne. We can imagine the worse days of our lives. Read more about it here.
Hobby- and professional gardeners gather at The Nordic Garden
Whether you have green fingers or just want to learn more about gardening, you’ll probably appreciate this fair. The Nordic Garden offers everything from seminars to tips and suggestions, greenhouses, barbecues, inspiration on balconies and garden space. The Nordic Garden fair takes place from March 22-25. Read more about the Nordic Garden here.