Sat 10-18 (the food court is open 10-19)
Sun 11-18 (the food court is open 11-19)
Grocery store open every day 8-22.
Opening hours may differ during holiday seasons.
About Skärholmen Centrum
- 14 million visitors a year
- 98% awareness in the region
- population of c. 600 000 in the catchment area
- situated in a growing region with an increasing demand for retail goods
- over 175 tenants
- more than shopping – restaurants, cafés, leisure, health care, library, schools and other public services makes Skärholmen Centrum a natural meeting hub in the region
Skärholmen Centrum is as much a meeting hub as a place to shop and eat. With anchor stores such as H&M, New Yorker, MQ, Lindex, KappAhl, Stadium, Intersport, Clas Ohlson, Ica and Systembolaget along with international chains and local acts Skärholmen Centrum covers all shopping needs stretching from premium brands to main-stream fashion. A full calendar of events along with restaurants, cafés, gym, service units and several health care facilities makes the mall as well visited on weekdays as on weekends.
Skärholmen Centrum consists of approximately 100 000 m² of lettable area. Situated along the main high-way and with 3000 free parking spots it is readily accessible by car, taking 20 minutes from downtown Stockholm. Also situated along the metro line with a station just across the square, and a large bus station right next to the mall, it is just as easily accessible from both Stockholm City and the surroundings using public transportation, making it one of the best connected shopping malls in the country.
Skärholmen Centrum was inaugurated in 1968 by the present-day King’s uncle, Prince Bertil. The mall was the first suburban mall in Stockholm and was by then an outdoor mall with streets. In 1984 the streets were covered by a glass roof and the center became an indoor shopping mall. Between 2005 and 2008 a large reconstruction took place and in time for the 40th anniversary the mall was re-inaugurated.
Over the past few years, Skärholmen Centrum has undergone a development program to fit the customer needs of today. Around thirty new retailers have established operations and several existing ones have expanded. The vast fashion offering has been further sharpened. New restaurants and cafés have been added, along with leisure units such as the region’s largest playground. The public service offering is continuously growing, in close co-operation with the City of Stockholm and the Stockholm County Council as well as private companies.
Skärholmen Centrum is also known by the logotype SKHLM, a travesty on STHLM which is an unofficial abbreviation of Stockholm.
Skärholmen Centrum is owned by Grosvenor Europe.