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This innovative concept of a 'baby cinema' was created for breastfeeding mothers who thought they'd never go to the movies again. Lock your pram outside the...
Biografteatern Rio is run by just one person and is completely free from luxury - it looks the same as it did in the 1940s. The programme is understandably...
Hornstulls Strand 3
This IMAX cinema is a paradise for families, but also worth a visit for any cinema buff. Films shown on its 11m-tall (36ft) dome-shaped screen are usually...
Naturhistorska Riksmuseet, Frescativägen 40
The Film House, one of the city's largest cinemas, houses the Swedish Film Institute.
With 14 screens to choose from, this is the place to go to imbibe a bustling multiplex atmosphere.
The Grand has four decent auditoriums and doors adorned with film stars in intarsia. This is the cinema Olof Palme visited just before he was shot.
Founded in 1739, the National Museum of Natural History is the largest museum complex in Sweden. More than nine million biological and mineral samples are...
This eccentric cinema opened in 1923. Most interiors, designed by the architect Gunnar Asplund, are still intact. Daily screenings ceased in 1996 and today...
This three-screen cinema shows art house films, as well as more commercial fare. The curtain in Cinema One was made by Ernst Billgren, one of Sweden's most...
Birger Jarlsgatan 41
A modest five-screen cinema on Södermalm, showing the critics' favourites. There are some rather odd Neptune fountains outside the toilets.
The only cinema in town with a bar, Zita shows films from all over of the world. It frequently shows documentaries, and screens short films free of charge...
Birger Jarlsgatan 37