Royal Coin Cabinet, Stockholm

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Royal Coin Cabinet, Stockholm - Address, Phone Number

Address: Slottsbacken 6, 111 30 Stockholm, Sweden

Phone: +46-851955300

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 11:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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A museum dedicated to the history of money, financial artifacts and economic theory history sounds dull. This is just the opposite. It’s impossible not to get excited about financial artifacts - Sweden’s oldest coin, the world’s heaviest coin, Nobel Prize medals, coins from 2500 years ago, plant money, recovered lost or sunken treasure, savings before there were banks, miniature metal art - altogether over half a million objects. There are temporary exhibitions that will introduce you to the nature and history of economy. There is also a mini museum for children to engage them.

Royal Coin Cabinet Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach Royal Coin Cabinet by Public Transport

  • Subway 13, 14, 17, 18, 19 stop Gamla Stan T-bana.
  • Buses 3, 53 stop Malartorget.
  • Bus 59 stop Kornhamnstorg.
  • Buses 2, 53, 55, 57, 76, 96, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195 stop Slottsbacken.
  • Ferries 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 17, 19, 26, 82 stop Stockholm Slussen kajen.
  • Green Ferry Line stop Riddarholmen Ferry Terminal.

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  • A very good collection of specimens from all over the world, covering a great part of the world history of money (both coins and paper). On the upper floor, you also find educational sections aimed primarily to young people and children.

  • Nice museum for someone who is interrested in different coins and banknotes. The museum isn't big, but nice and - what's quite important - free. Nothing special but worth seeing if you are nearby

  • Very well built, a lot of coins to look at not very much info in english but still fun to visit and the best of all is that it is free.

  • A very well kept museum. Must go for coin conneseurs and numismaticians.

  • 75% of info is not translated into English. The exhibition should represent non-European currencies better. The museum has a good potential, but not there yet. What can one expect from governmental funding :(

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