Swedish Museum Of Natural HistoryCurrently Closed
- Address: Frescativagen 40, 114 18 Stockholm, Sweden
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +46-851954000
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Natural History Museums
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.
- 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.
- Adults 100 k
- Children/young people 5-18 yrs (20 minute films from 4 yrs) 50 kr.
- Pensioners and students 70 kr.
- Adults 75 kr
- Children/young people 5-18 yrs (20 minute films from 4 yrs) 35 kr.
- Pensioners and students 50 kr.
- Closed on Mondays, unless it is a school or national holiday.
- The museum shot and cafe and restaurant may keep their own hours.
- By Trains: Krosatagen, Tag i Bergslagen
- Subway 13, 14
- Buses 50, 540, 608, 624C, 628C, 639, 670, 680, 691, 696
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I've been to a few natural history museums in major cities in Europe, this one perhaps doesn't have the biggest collection, but it definitely comes as my favorite. The reasons are that 1. it's free admission 2. it's not crowded at all even on weekends 3. everything is labeled and explained in both Swedish and correct English 4. it does have a very large collection of specimen
A nice museum with a lot going on. The building itself is beautiful, especially the view as soon as you walk in the front door! Beta off all this museum is free. The restaurant has excellent food.
Great museum with a wide variety of exhibits. Great for children and adults with the largest planetarium in Sweden. Free to visit as well!
Beautiful and extensive exhibitions, you can spend there a few hours and not be bored. The audio guide could be a little more developed in English. Great place to come with kids, a lot of interactive games and info for dinosaur freaks.
One of my all time favorite museum's. Really fun for both kids and adults, especially appreciated is the section with dinosaurs. They also have a very intriguing section with lots of eye opening facts regarding "global warming"