Stockholm’s Subway (Tunnelbana, T-Bana) is often referred to as the world’s longest art exhibit. The project was initiated in the late 1950’s with the goal of bringing art to the community. 90 of Stockholm’s 100 stations are adorned with tiles, mosaics, paintings and sculptures from 150 artists. Some themes are dramatic and vibrant, some are subtle, some depict a message, some are just fun! A quick internet search will provide many articles describing the history behind each station.

Tekniska-T-Bana

Stockholm Subway Art: Blue Line

Kungsträdgårdens T-bana

T-Centralen T-bana

Rådhuset T-bana

Fridhemsplan T-bana

Stadshagen T-bana

Västra Skogen T-bana

Huvudsta T-bana

Solna Strand T-bana

Sundbybergs Centrum T-bana

Duvbo T-bana

Rissne T-bana

Rinkeby T-bana

Tensta T-bana

Solna Centrum T-bana

Näckrosen T-bana

Hallonbergen T-bana

Husby T-bana

Akalla T-bana

Stockholm Subway

Stockholm Subway Art: Red Line

Östermalmstorg T-bana

Ropsten T-bana

Stadion T-bana

Tekniska Högskolan T-bana

Universitetet T-bana

Bergshamra T-bana

Mörby T-bana

Hornstull T-bana

Midsommarkransen T-bana

Skärholmen T-bana

Varberg T-bana

Masmo T-bana

Alby T-bana

Stockholm Subway

Stockholm Subway Art: Green Line

Hötorget T-bana

Odenplan T-bana

Stockholm Subway

 

Out of Office Travel Blog: Stockholm’s Subway (T-Bana) is often referred to as the world’s longest art exhibit; it is well worth exploring