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Stockholm Pass vs Student Discount

I am considering purchasing the Stockholm Pass for my family (me, wife, and two college aged kids) and am trying to calculate the cost savings based on the attractions/sights we are going to visit. Several of the attractions/sights offer a student discount. does anyone know the definition of a student discount in Sweden and what ID is required to get it?

Thanks

Posted by
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I speak Swedish. If you tell me which sights you are referring to, I can check the Swedish language page and tell you if it has any rules listed.

I checked Skansen and it indicates the student price applies to high school and university students who show a valid student id.

It is not clear whether they would accept an ID from the US, but you could have your kids bring their IDs and ask.

Posted by
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SJ is the big train company in Sweden, they basically only accept ISIC-cards.

But I guess most places accepts foreign cards that they understand, shouldn't be a problem if they are in English. Some places might not even ask for it, they might just accept the age range.

Posted by
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Laura and Anders - thank you for your prompt replies. Our tentative agenda for Stockholm includes: Drottningholm, Vasa Museum, Skansa, City Hall, the Royal Palace, Nobel Peace Prize Museum and a day trip to the archipelago. Thanks and safe travels!