Swedish Museum Of Natural History, Stockholm

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Swedish Museum Of Natural History, Stockholm - Address, Phone Number

Address: Frescativagen 40, 114 18 Stockholm, Sweden

Phone: +46-851954000

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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Few museums are more fascinating to kids than museums of natural history. This one does a beautiful job of engaging children with their fantastic variety of exhibits and films in the 760 square metres Cosmonova dome theatre. The main exhibits explore biodiversity, the threat of illegal poaching and trade, fossil-based evolution exhibits, marine life, Sweden’s natural heritage, the path of millions of years of human evolution, meteorites and minerals and gemstones, and the climate of the planet.

Swedish Museum Of Natural History Information

  • The Cosmonova can be experienced in English if you have your own 3.5mm earphones, or you buy them from the museum.
  • Contact the museum for information on their guided tours.
  • Audioguide tour of the The Human Journey exhibitions is available.
  • Disabled accessible.

Swedish Museum Of Natural History Ticket Prices

Cosmonova Program:

45 minutes:

  • Adults 100 k
  • Children/young people 5-18 yrs (20 minute films from 4 yrs) 50 kr.
  • Pensioners and students 70 kr.

20 minutes:

  • Adults 75 kr
  • Children/young people 5-18 yrs (20 minute films from 4 yrs) 35 kr.
  • Pensioners and students 50 kr.

Swedish Museum Of Natural History Opening and Closing Hours

  • Closed on Mondays, unless it is a school or national holiday.
  • The museum shot and cafe and restaurant may keep their own hours.

How To reach Swedish Museum Of Natural History by Public Transport

Stop Universitetet:

  • By Trains: Krosatagen, Tag i Bergslagen
  • Subway 13, 14
  • Buses 50, 540, 608, 624C, 628C, 639, 670, 680, 691, 696

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  • Great place for children on a raining day. Fun for adults, too! Lots of interesting displays and interactive information points. Being able to roll the stroller around is a plus for those with small children, as are the many child friendly facilities. Very busy on weekends, though.

  • Went up there for a quick visit, then the museum just consumed my whole day! As every good museum of natural history should, there are mammoths, dinosaurs, and blue whales. In addition to that, they have a wonderful exhibition of the Swedish and Scandinavian wildlife, including the regional water creatures, as well as exhibitions about the human body, human evolution, and climate change. I had an amazing time and didn't even see all of it. The IMAX movie about the earth is nice but in my opinion not worth the SEK110, I suggest you enjoy the free entry to the rest of the museum.

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  • This was one of the most fun museums I've ever been to! A lot of interesting exhibitions about nature, animals, humans and planet Earth in general. Learn how human body works, see where and how birds travel, take a look at a whale skeleton, meet dinosaurs, even touch a real meteorite! And it's free! Just one thing: some exhibitions were in Swedish only, it would be nice if those were translated to English as well.

  • The place is a must see for anyone who wants to know more about our planets history. The exebitions are very good and well displayed. They have managed to display everything in an interesting way. They even have the worlds biggest IMAX theatre! The only thing wrong here is once you've been here, you've seen it all. But other then that, it's perfect. A must see.

  • Awesome time with the kids, 2 and 4 years old. Some exhibits were a tad dark though which meant the kids looked more at the bright white information screens, despite the fact that they can't read. Really nice staff as well.

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