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Nordiska museet, Stockholm

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Reflect upon centuries of Swedish culture and design at Nordiska museet located on Djurgården. The collection includes 1.5 million items, with emphases on fashion, home, customs, and natural resources, from Sweden's Early Modern Age to today. Items on display range from clothes and jewelry, to folk art and furniture. Isak Gustaf Clason designed the imposing building, which was completed in 1907. The museum hosts visiting exhibits, festivals, and special events. Our Stockholm vacation generator makes visiting Nordiska museet and other Stockholm attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • The Nordic Museum had a lot of different things to show when we visited. The place is quite big so we walked around a lot. Easy access with public transportation is a plus. Quite low entrance fee. Fre...  more »
  • Except really boring Museum that you like to see Swedish traditional things (clothes, furniture). Completely dispensable
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  • Had a pleasant and inspirational experience with 15 year old son this winter holiday day. Lots to look at. Fine exhibitions everywhere. Skating rink and skate are lending. We enjoyed the northern lights and especially awesome was, however, houses the exhibition! Tips: the app this year's days!
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  • A must visit, if you're on the island, but do give it at least 3 hours, as there's so much to see. There's an amazing collection of suomi artifacts and information, with beautifully crafted wooden spoons, antler knife handles, intricate embroidered hats and vests. A while area dealing with beer making from the past to today. Fashion, household items, and a great display of table etiquette through the ages. Too much to list, just go and see for yourself.
  • The exhibition nordic light could have done so much more digging into the nordic art and literature, instead one was shown numerous lamp designs from ikea.
  • Pretty bland museum experience. Really smartly designed and the audio guide is free. Alas still not a lot to look at. You would more likely learn more about Swedish culture if you talk to a local (don't do that to strangers tho, cause no one talk to strangers in Sweden).
  • Really educational if you are into the Northern Europe history, personally I do enjoy it a lot as a fan of history
  • Entry is about 100SEK but it's worth it, because this is quite a huge and varied museum. It has permanent exhibits ranging from photography to jewellery as well as reconstructions of places from history. The temporary exhibitions seem to change every few months but were no less interesting - when we were there, they were about beer brewing and the Sami people.