Sweden's national stage has been open since 1788, and its eight phases indicate Swedish shows performed in their unique dialect. The auditorium was established by King Gustav III, and its stages have been graced by any semblance of Greta Garbo and Ingmar Bergman. Today, the venue performs both Swedish works of art and contemporary or trial plays. Arrive on time - there is no admission after the draperies are up. On the off chance that the possibility of sitting through a play in Swedish turns you off, consider taking a guided voyage through the theater - it is an eminent building with a rich history.