Nordiska museet is Sweden’s largest museum of cultural history. It is home to over one and a half million exhibits, including exclusive items and everyday objects, all with their own unique history. The collections reflect nordic lifestyle from the 16th century to the present day.
Daily 10 am–5 pm, Wednesdays 10 am–8 pm (Subject to alteration). The museum is open with safety precautions.
The magnificent building – an experience in itself – has a life-size 1940s apartment and a monumental oak statue of Gustav I Vasa, king of Sweden in 1523–1560. The restaurant offers traditional cooking with freshly baked bread and pastries from our own bakery.
Nordiska museet has prepared a safe museum experience and adheres to the guidelines and recommendations issued by Swedish expert authorities. Nordiska museet welcomes a limited number of visitors in each exhibition room and will aid visitors to ensure they maintain a safe distance to one another. Due to the situation with Covid–19 all guided tours, booked group tours and programme activities are cancelled at Nordiska museet, as well as Julita Manor, Tyresö Palace and Svindersvik. Click here to read more.