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The Museum of Spirits

Open Now: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Open today: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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The Museum of Spirits, situated on the Stockholm island of Djurgården, is full of surprises. Our main focus is on alcoholic beverages: from drinks in the bar to beer on our pier, and through to the entertaining exhibitions about everything from...more
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38-40 Djurgaardsvaegen, Djurgarden 115 21, Sweden
+46 8 121 313 00
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We didn't expect a lot (only went in because it was part of the Stockholm pass and we had some free time), but were pleasently surprised. Especually regarding the part on alcohol. The kids were looking a bit weird when getting into the room expressing a hangover! Also liked the
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Even if you are not a fan of aquavit, this museum is interesting. It provides a background for Swedish alcohol as well as its marketing. Sometimes, though, the marketing gets in the way of the message. Of note, the Aquavit tasting was great.
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This museum is quite close to several others, so is worth a visit if you’re in the area. It seems to mirror Swedish society’s mixed views on alcohol, from celebrating it as a drunk and condemning its use in excess. If would seem that the Museum is sponsored by Absolut vodka.
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Average museum focusing on alcohol and spirits. It was a nice diversion and was free admission with our Stockholm Pass. I don't think it's worth paying the admission fee outright, but spend 30-45 minutes here if you have the pass.
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Quite an interesting place to visit, lots of interesting facts about eating and drinking habits of Sweden throughout the years.
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