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At the heart of Stockholm is Dansmuseet, a museum dedicated to world dance. Apart from the permanent displays, several temporary exhibitions are put on every year. Dance films are always available and live performances. There is a large selection of...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
17 Drottninggatan | 111 51, Stockholm 111 51, Sweden
I made a point of searching this museum out as I had read that it had a fine collection of early 20th century Ballet Russes costumes designed by some of the century's greatest artists. Even though I was looking out for the place, I managed...More
I stumbled on this museum unexpectedly, but what a nice suprise. The building is not that big, but the decor is amazing! They found a way to put a lot of info in a limited space and in a very lovely and interactive way. One...More
I had not read about this museum before my trip to Stockholm and I kind of stumbled upon it one day walking to my hotel and made a mental note to come back when it was open. I am so glad I did. It looks...More
Small museum dedicated to the dance and especially to the history of the Swedish ballet. Only for fans of the topic, not for generic tourists.
Audio guide via smartphone only in Swedish.
Free Wi-Fi available.
Close to the harbour, and downtown walking areas, this converted office space is a dense gallery of well designed exhibits. Although most of the displays are static, they attempt through drawer enabled switches and modest sound tracks to involve the viewer. The icons of dance,...More
This is a specialized, niche museum and many times these types of museums are every intimate and interesting because they tend to be very focused on the specific theme (eg the Fotofgrafiska). However, this museum was generally disappointing. There was a lot of promise, but...More
This museum is located spot ON Drottninggatan on your way to the Old Town. It offers great exhibitions which are from time to time free to see. It has a really good restaurant. And a small store with music, dance videos and swedish handmade handicraft....More
As I was very interested in dance, I made it a must to visit this museum and it did not disappoint me. On entering, you arrive to a huge space which to me represent a dance stage with ongoing snippets of films/ dance/ performances on...More
Norrmalm is Stockholm’s most central and busiest neighborhood. It’s home to the main shopping street, Drottninggatan, and to Stockholm icons like the Sergels Torg glass obelisk, the famous Hay Market with its Carl Milles sculptures, and the Hötorget Skyscrapers, a sight on every other Stockholm postcard. Norrmalm is also home to Sweden’s most traditional department stores Nordiska Kompaniet and
Åhléns City juxtaposed with Stockholm’s most modern shopping mall, Mood Stockholm. Visitors to this area get to experience the unique Swedish philosophy of protecting cultural heritage while also staying on top of fashion innovation and modern architecture.