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Mindepartemenetet Art and Photography
Art Galleries, Art Museums, Specialty Museums
Berg Gallery
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Stockholm Pass
37 Reviews
from $75.30*
ABBA The Museum
16 Reviews
from $29.20*
Fotografiska
Art Museums, Specialty Museums
Thiel Gallery (Thielska Galleriet)
Architectural Buildings, Art Museums
Dansmuseet - Rolf de Mare's Museum of Movement
History Museums, Specialty Museums, Art Museums, Ballets
Nobel Museum
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The Royal Stable
Specialty Museums
Medieval Museum
History Museums, Specialty Museums
Dansmuseet - Rolf de Mare's Museum of Movement
History Museums, Specialty Museums, Art Museums, Ballets
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#1 of 73 Museums in Stockholm
Loved the video displays of the world in the 17th century Well worth a visit - other museums could learn a lot from this place as the experience is well crafted and intelligently created to hold the interest
I find the Vasa one of the most extraordinary & interesting museums in Europe - it houses the huge & magnificent royal flagship, Vasa, built to fight Poland in the early 1600s when Sweden was the preeminent Europe...
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#2 of 73 Museums in Stockholm
Although there are private mansion museums with much more renowned painters, the collection of paintings, sculpture and furniture here was quite beautiful and enjoyable to peruse.
Prince Eugen’s Waldemarsudde, originally the home of Prince Eugen (1865-1947), became state-owned after the Prince’s death in accordance with his will, and is now among the most-visited art museums in Sweden.
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#3 of 73 Museums in Stockholm
The museums top floor looks at the history of Swedish conquests and wars up until just before WW1.
What you read inside makes you think and reflect and this is what makes this place different to other military museums i've seen
#4 of 73 Museums in Stockholm
This was a major gift to the city from the original owners and is absolutely one of my favorite mansion museums.
One of the many free museums of Stockholm.
#5 of 73 Museums in Stockholm
Fotografiska has stunning and panoramic views of Gamla Stan (old town), Skeppsholmen (small island featureing the Moderna Museet) and Djurgärden (larger island featuring the Vasa and several other museums, etc.).
I envy most European museums because of the wealth of cultural history they started with, but this is something that could have been created anywhere in the world.A real eye open for me.
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#6 of 73 Museums in Stockholm
One of the finest art museums in Sweden, the Thiel Gallery exhibits a unique collection of Nordic late 19th and early 20th century art.
For a tourist, museums and galleries are primarily a default default choice for rainy weather.
#7 of 73 Museums in Stockholm
Being one of the few museums in Stockholm that is free, we were pleasantly surprised with how great this museum was.
I've already been in Europe's greatest museums but this Stockholm's Medieval Museum has to be one of my favorites.
#8 of 73 Museums in Stockholm
One of the best museums in Stockholm if you have interest in history.
Fantastic museum full of interesting facts and historic pieces, very interesting history portrayed in this museum a must for history buffs and anyone interested in royal family history.
#9 of 73 Museums in Stockholm
Amazing how many information and artefacts from the viking time you find in this wonderful museum, the presentation is fantastic, I highly recommend to everybody, for me one of the best museums I ever see, and no...
The Historika Museet aka the Swedish History Museum is situated in Stockholm and is a must for those who like vikings, free museums.... and gold!
#10 of 73 Museums in Stockholm
One of the most interactive museums around- excellent use technology ranging from short films, audio guides with interviews from the ABBA members, karaoke, green screens, a dance area and quizzes.
There are some interesting and unique items and some interesting interactive activities, but overall the museum is quite small and the ticket price is a bit higher compared to the other museums nearby, I'd recomme...
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