Plan your visit

Opening hours

June–August 9am to 6pm.
September–May 10am to 5pm (Wednesdays 10am to 8pm).


Adults: 120 SEK (From January 1st 2019: 140 SEK)
Children/Youth 18 years and under: Free
Tuesday 13.00–17.00 (sep–may): Free

Increased admission at certain special events.

Audio guide

Explore the museum and its exhibitions through our audio guide, available in multiple languages:  English, German, Spanish, Russian, French, Finnish, Italian, Arabic, Chinese, Sami, Swedish and simple Swedish.

For children

The Children’s Playhouse, admission: 20 SEK / child (From January 1st 2019: 40 SEK). Weekdays 11.00–17.00 and weekends 10.00–17.00.


Discover modern and classic nordic design. 


Traditional cooking with freshly baked bread and pastries from our own bakery.

Also at the Nordic Museum

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.

Getting here

Visiting address

The Nordic Museum is situated on Djurgården, next to Djurgården bridge.

We are a part of Royal Djurgården – Scandinavia´s #1 attraction


Djurgårdsvägen 6-16
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.

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