Nordic Museum, Stockholm

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Nordic Museum, Stockholm - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Djurgardsvagen 6-16, 115 93 Stockholm, Sweden

Phone: +46-851954600

Ticket Price: 20 SEK

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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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.

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)

Children’s Playhouse:

  • 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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Nordic Museum, Stockholm Reviews - Write a Review

  • One of the most interesting museums in Stockholm. You can see and taste the real life of Scandinavian people in various ages! You can find the story, habits, design and so on along the flow of time.

  • A very worth while visit! Interesting to see and learn more about the lives and culture of the locals. Grab the free audio guide and hit just the yellow numbered signs for a hour-ish tour.

  • It's really interesting and great place to see how things were. Really advice to take the audio guide. It's free and it's super helpful.

  • Great audioguide. Detailed and just highlights possible. You could spend a whole day in there. Also nice cafeteria.

  • Lovely museum! What used to be exactly what it meant, a Nordic Museum is now mainly a Swedish Museum. Shows how Sweden was transformed over the years since medieval times. Has very interesting displays and audio commentary on the lives of those who lived in that age. Different floors housing different exhibits, one can easily spend 2hrs browsing.

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