10.00–17.00 (June–September: 09.00–18.00)
Open Wednesday evenings until 20.00 with free admission after 17.00 (not June-September).
The museum is closed on Midsummer's Eve (24th june), Christmas Eve (24th december), Christmas Day (25th december) and New Years Eve (31st december).
Adults: 100 SEK
Children/Youth 18 years and under: free
Wednesdays 17.00–20.00 free entrance (October-May only).
The Children's Playhouse, admission: 20 SEK / child. Weekdays 11.00–17.00 and weekends 10.00–17.00.
The magnificent building has a life-size 1940s apartment and a monumental oak statue of Gustav Vasa, king of Sweden in 1523–1560. The Museum also offers facilities for conference and events. The great hall can accommodate 1500 guests. Over the year, the Nordic Museum frequently organises events, including lectures, guided tours, theme days, knitting cafés and crafts workshops.
The Nordic Museum is situated on Djurgården, next to Djurgården bridge.
P.O. Box 27820
SE-115 93 Stockholm
Telephone: +46 (0) 8-519 546 00
Bus: 67, 69 and 76.
Underground: to Karlaplan.
Ferry: to Allmänna Gränd from Slussen.
Tram: from Nybroplan.
In summer there is also a ferry service to Nybroplan.
Borrow an audio guide and follow the map! The trip through the galleries high above the main hall takes in such things as the fully laid 17th century table, 18th century high fashion and August Strindberg’s original manuscript – as well as the exciting history and architecture of the museum building. Borrow an audio guide for free in the museum entrance.
The audio guide is available in Swedish, Easy Swedish, Sami, English, German, Spanish, Russian, French, Finnish, Italian, Arabic and Chinese.
At the south side of the Great Hall you find our shop. We offer modern and classic Swedish products for both large and small.
The museum shop is open the same hours as the museum.
Traditional cooking with freshly baked bread and pastries from our own bakery.
The restaurant is open the same hours as the museum. Lunch is served Mon-Fri 11.00–15.00 and Sat-Sun 11.30–16.00.