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The Museum of Spirits, Djurgarden
(2.7/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • It is all about spirits/alcohol and Swedish people. It has a lot of exhibits related with Absolute Vodka, maybe the sponsor of the museum. Some of it is interesting, but it doesn't worth to go only fo...  more »
  • It's been a long time since I thought it was really interesting to go to a museum. But this one caught my interest. So much fun under one roof. The exhibition was called heady garden. Plants as flavoring in beverage and you could feel the scents and let themselves be inspired when you walked around in the exhibitions. Here a video about the Swede's relationship with alcohol on special occasions and a festive Caravan is to go into. a film about how the body responds at different per thousand was interesting. Everything is so nicely designed, technically, interiörmässigt and everything is readable. There was so much interesting to peruse, a visit is not enough. It offers both bar and restaurant you can also sit out on during the summer months. Would probably not go here with small children. Wished me a larger museum shop also but otherwise, clearly 5 stars.
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  • Only if you have seen everything in Stockholm and have nothing to do, it is worth visiting the museum of spirits. Otherwise, if you are around, I recommend to have a couple of drinks in a bar, which i...  more »
  • “Boring and purposeless” Nothing really to do there. I had a feeling that the museum has been built mostly to promote the brand, not to show the history of a liqueur. Absolut logos are everywhere, it's like in an add, but you cannot turn it off, you can just leave. And that's what we did.
  • Last year, Petter Nilsson, the chef formerly running La Gazzetta in Paris and La Maison d'Uzès in Provence, and Erica Lindström, formerly restaurant manager at Michelin-starred Esperanto, brought new flavours to the Spritmuseum. Nilsson's influences and philosophy, matched with Lindström's adventurous yet sensitive beverage expertise, have made the spot's lunches a unique experience on the Stockholm restaurant scene. Soon, the duo's much-awaited evening restaurant will open.
  • Very enjoyable interactive museum, don't miss the hangover simulator!
  • Great outside bar with nice food and assortment of beer
  • Attended a champagne tasting here and the staff was very knowledgeable and entertaining so it was quite fun even for me who do not really like champagne. I did not check the museum part.