View towards Skeppsholmen, Stockholm.
The Royal Palace seen from Blasieholmen.
Welcome to search our list of many of the museums that the city of Stockholm has to offer. We give you all the details such as location, content and opening hours of the museums.
Visit the unique royal warship Vasa (Wasa) which sank in 1628. This warship, built in Stockholm, capsized just minutes after leaving the quay.
The Nobel Museum (Nobelmuseet) is a museum focused on information about the Nobel Prize and Nobel laureates from 1901 to present, as well as the life of the founder of this prestigious award, Alfred Nobel (1833-1896).
The Stockholm Palace or the Royal Palace (Stockholms slott or Kungliga slottet) is the official residence of the Swedish Monarch.
The Hallwyl House (Hallwylska palatset) is a historical building in central Stockholm situated on Hamngatan 4, in front of Berzelii Park and Berns, and the Hallwyl collection, located in this palace, includes around 50,000 items.
Fotografiska (The Swedish Museum of Photography) is an important centre for contemporary photography situated in Stockholm, Sweden, and features 4 major exhibitions each year as well as around 15-20 minor exhibitions.
The Royal Armoury is the oldest museum in Sweden, established in 1628 by King Gustav II Adolph when he decided that his clothes should be preserved.
The Nordic Museum in Djurgården, Stockholm, displays Swedish traditions and cultural trends from the 16th century until today.
The Thiel family residence in Stockholm is today one of Swedens finest art galleries. Famous paintings by Edvard Munch, Anders Zorn, Bruno Liljefors and more.