Welcome to the Sigtuna Foundation
100 years ago the Sigtuna Foundation started out as a private cultural foundation whith a principle aim is to inspire human thought and reflection. Society has changed in many ways since then, but our ambition is still the very same, to offer an open space for people with different backgrounds, traditions and viewpoints who wish to meet, interact and learn from one another in atmosphere of mutual respect. Today the Sigtuna Foundation operate as a center for education and research, and also for various kinds of cultural programs. The Sigtuna Foundation is also a reputable hotel and confernce center open to anyone who wish to combine modern and atmospheric facilities in peaceful and scenic surroundings.
The Sigtuna Foundation run a high quality conference center open to anyone who wish to combine modern facilities in a peaceful and scenic sorrounding. With Stockholm Arlanda Airport just 20 minutes away it is an excellent choice for international conferences.
We offer a hotel with unique atmosphere and perfect location in central Sigtuna. All historical sights, shops and cafés within walking distance. Breakfast always included in the price. 62 rooms with a capacity of 92 guests.
The Sigtuna Foundation is a center for crossover dialogue between, art, faith and society. We offer various kinds of cultural programs, such as concerts, art exhibitions, author meetings etc.
The Sigtuna Foundation is a place for reflection and dialogue with an openness to spritual values and dimensions. We offer weekends with meditation in silence at our retreat center all year round.
The Sigtuna Foundation operate as a center for education and research. Our main focus areas are: The multicultural and multi-religious society, Media faith and society, Sustainability and humanism and Dialogue, culture, science and faith.
The Sigtuna Foundation contains a large research library with over 140.000 volumes, especially directed towards the humanities. A large clipping archive with more than 5 million clippings from newspaper articles, catalogued and archived for future reference.