This museum focuses on Swedish cultural history with exhibitions that include Sami culture, fashion, furniture and textiles. Admission: SEK 70. Open: 1 Jan-23 Jun Tue 10am-5pm, Wed 10am-9pm, Thu-Sun 10am-5pm; 24 Jun-31 Aug 10am-5pm daily; 1 Sep-31 Dec Tue 10am-5pm, Wed 10am-9pm, Thu-Sun 10am-5pm.
The Nordiska Museum's old big building is beautiful but I personally think that if you like to go to museums try the National Museum & Vasa Museum first. In the Nordiska Museum there is not so much of the Swedish Cultural history of the 16th Century than I thought. It is more things from 1946 up till now.
This cultural museum is set in a fantastic building, the collection inside is not a impressive as the building but still work a look.
This huge renaissance style building is one of the city's most famous and visited museums. Don't miss at the entrance the breathtaking statue of Gustav Vasa.
The interior of the Nordiska Museum. Sorry about the construction work, but when its done, it will be quite marvelous.
Festivities and everyday life: history as seen in the exhibits of doll's houses, fashion, folk costumes, interiors, shoes, table settings, the Sami people, traditions and Strindberg paintings.
Many great museums in the Djurgarden area of the city. This one is the Nordic Museum just a few meters away from the Vasa Museum
This museum was founded by the same man who founded Skansen, Artur Hazelius. This museum tells all about Skandanavian history.