Nordic Museum

Nordiska Museet

Nordiska museet is the largest museum on Stockholm's Djurgården island and one of the largest and most important in Sweden.

The museum traces Swedish cultural history and ethnography, with overlap to all other Nordic countries.

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Visitors will be impressed by the lavish building from 1907, which is itself one of Stockholm's main landmarks.

What will you see in the museum?

The museum's collections contain more than 1.5 million objects related to Swedish culture and ethnography.

Special emphasis is placed on the Lapland and Sami peoples, who still form a significant minority in the northern regions of Sweden.

Visitors can also visit an extensive library with historical books, maps and paintings.

The museum is especially suitable for lovers of local history, exploring cultural customs and traditions. If you are more interested in history, consider visiting the museum.

Due to its size, a visit to all parts will definitely take at least 1.5 hours.

Entrance fees and opening hours

The Nordic Museum is open daily from 10:00-18:00.

From September to May, opening hours are extended every Wednesday until 20:00.

Ticket prices are as follows:

  • 170 sek - Adults
  • 150 sek - students with ID and seniors over 65
  • Free - children and young people under 19

Official museum website:

Transportation to the museum

There is a bus and tram stop "Nordiska museet/Vasamuseet" right in front of the museum.

  • Trams - line 7
  • Buses - lines 67, 970

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