Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology, Stockholm

Categories: Science Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3.6/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
Delve into Swedish cultural heritage related to technological and industrial history at Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology. The museum opened in 1936 in a building designed in the modern, Functionalist style by architect Ragnar Hjorth. You'll find 600 m (1,968 ft) of shelves, 200,000 drawings, 620,000 images, and 50,000 books here. Interactive, hands-on exercises teach valuable lessons on energy and our impact on the environment, while other exhibits shed insight on the most influential innovations in history including computers, cars, telescopes, and sewing machines. Follow the digital revolution and create a work of art here that appeals to all the senses. Put Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology at the forefront of your travel plans using our Stockholm travel itinerary planner.
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  • Sunday's visit with the family. Much to look at, a lot of fun for kids to make. Restaurant and Cafe isn't much to cheer for, can be avoided. Parts of the Museum are closed when we were there, too bad. ok to visit if you have a free day.
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  • There is everything from a restaurant to a variety of activities for children, adolescents and adults. I recommend to go mining round. We got some food for the price, but the goodness beat the price!
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  • A different day in a large space to remember and to learn of human efforts and take a broad look at the new technologies. We all enjoyed as children and young people even more. Considerable experience of drawing with the incredulous look and move a ball with the power of thought!
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  • It was probably the second most impressive museum in Stockholm after Vasa Museum. Engaging, fun, educational and inspiring place. Kids love being there.
  • Amazing 5 floors experience full of information and learning fun for kids
  • Definitively worth it to go with kids of any age. I specially recomend the MegaMind exposition
  • 150 kr for sightseeing boring stuff. Many sets don't work and it's long distance from city center. Don't waste your time in Stockholm visiting this place.
  • Everything was perfect but some things in there are ruined by some visitors.
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