Nordic MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: Djurgardsvagen 6-16, 115 93 Stockholm, Sweden
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +46-851954600
- Ticket Price: 20 SEK
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Museum, History Museum, Family And Kids
Nordic Museum - Review
On Djurgargen Island, this museum was brought to existence thanks to private donations. It’s style is Danish Renaissance, and it’s exhibits include a vast number of objects on display, perhaps a million and a half in all, and all of them relate to Nordic history, taking this museum’s prominence and importance much beyond Sweden alone. Displays on the natives, the housing, the jewelry, the toys, the clothing etcetera can keep a viewer here for hours. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Stockholm Itinerary 2 Days.
Nordic Museum Information
- The Audio Guide is really good.
Nordic Museum Ticket Prices
- Adults: 100 SEK
- Children/Youth 18 years and under: free
- Wednesdays 5pm–8pm free entrance (October-May only)
- 20 SEK / child on Weekdays 11.00am-5pm and weekends 10am –5pm
How To reach Nordic Museum by Public Transport
- Bus: 67, 69 and 76
- Underground: To Karlaplan
- Ferry: To Allmanna Grand from Slussen
- Tram: From Nybroplan
Restaurants Near Nordic Museum
- Ulla Winbladh
- Eriks Bakficka
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Things to Know Before Visiting Nordic Museum
72.35% of people who visit Stockholm include Nordic Museum in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
48.65% of people start their Nordic Museum visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Nordic Museum
69.11% of people prefer walking in order to reach Nordic Museum
Nordic Museum Trips
Nordic Museum, Stockholm Reviews
One of the worst museums I've been to. It is literally more interesting to be outside of the building than inside of it. The building is quite big but inside there is really not a lot of stuff to look at. They fill the space as much as they can with different installations of no value at all. I recommend that you spend the money on a descent bottle of wine or just walk 100 meters to Vasa museum instead of visiting this one
Amazing huge building. I arrived very late when they were about to close, so I was only allowed to have a very quick walk through for free, to get to the museum shop. The building was impressive itself. Wonderful size and arquitecture. Great articles in the shops. I bought nice different and funny souvenirs. Everything I could see while rushing through the building looked great.
Quite different to what I expected but interesting all the same. This museum covers the home life of the Swedes. Furniture, decor and significant lifestyle improvements as well as an exhibit on its minority populations
My family bumbled into this museum after we had a few hours free before our dinner reservation not too far away. On Tuesdays admission is free from 1-5pm so we made the most of it! This museum offers an audio guide that you just download to your phone, and free wifi as well. I felt like this museum actually focuses more on changes in Swedish lifestyle from the 16th Century onwards. Nevertheless, I had a good time walking through all the various exhibits that are clearly segmented but smoothly follow on from the exhibit before. The museum does a good job in that every object you see in the museum has a reference and an explanation of why they're there, so it's not just a jumble of objects you see before you, and pieces of interest have a longer description. If you want to give yourself ample time to see all the exhibits properly, I suggest at least 2 hours. This museum is wheelchair access friendly, despite being house over three levels.
Smaller than it looks from the outside as it effectively only uses the side galleries to exhibit (not the middle). A slightly eclectic collection with some bits more interesting than others. We really liked the living rooms through the ages - a bit like the Geffrye museum in London. All signs also in English.