All sections of the Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies are located in the Wallenberglaboratoriet building, close to public transport.
The department also house an Institute and two centras: The Stockholm Numismatic Institute, The Centre for the study of Cultural Evolution and The Centre for Palaeogenetics.
The Stockholm Numismatic Instiute and The Centre for the study of Cultural Evolution are both located in the Wallenberglaboratoriet.
The Centre for Palaeogenetics is located in the Arrhenius buildings on the Frescati Campus. Visiting address: Svante Arrhenius väg 20C.
Take the subway (underground) red line bound for Mörby centrum, get off at Universitetet. When you exit the station, turn immediately left around the corner of Pressbyrån, follow the sidewalk under the highway. You will pass the small gardens on your left and the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences on your right. Proceed over the bridge that crosses the railway, turn right, pass the greenhouse and the Department of Botany. Wallenberglaboratoriet is situated at the end of the small road, with the circle in front of it. It is less than 500 metres from the underground to the department. Busses 50, 540 and 670 also make stops at Universitetet next to the subway.
Last updated: March 18, 2022
Source: Institutionen för arkeologi och antikens kultur