All art museums and attractions to visit in Stockholm

Stockholm (Sweden) has a lot to offer for art lovers. Below we list all 11 art museums that are located in Stockholm.

Do you like art and are you looking for the best art museums to visit in Stockholm? These are the ones:

  1. Fotografiska1


    Fotografiska is the Swedish Museum of Photography located in the district Södermalm in the Swedish capital Stockholm. This centre for contemporary photography is located directly on the water in the building of the former large customs house (Stora Tullhuset), which was built in 1906-1910 according
  2. Moderna Museet - Stockholm2

    Moderna Museet - Stockholm

    Moderna Museet is a state museum for modern and contemporary art in Stockholm. The museum is located on the island of Skeppsholmen. The Moderna Museet exhibits art from 1900 to contemporary, including Swedish and Scandinavian art (with around 3,700 works), international art including works by Pablo
  3. Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde3

    Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde

    The Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde is a museum located on Djurgården in Stockholm. The name is derived from the historical name of the island of Djurgården. Prince Eugen of Sweden discovered the place and later bought the land and had architect Ferdinand Boberg build a new house there. The house later
  4. The Thiel Gallery4

    The Thiel Gallery

  5. Nationalmuseum5


    The Nationalmuseum is located in Stockholm and is the largest art museum in Sweden. The collection of the Nationalmuseum includes old paintings and sculptures, handicrafts and drawings from the 16th century to the 20th century. The collection contains work by great artists such as Rembrandt, Rubens,
  6. Sven-Harry's Art Museum6

    Sven-Harry's Art Museum

    Sven-Harry's Art Museum (Sven-Harrys Konstmuseum) is an art museum and art hall in Stockholm that was founded by Sven-Harry Karlsson. The building houses the museum, the art hall, a roof garden, a restaurant, apartments and commercial spaces. The art hall is divided into three large halls, two on th
  7. Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities - The Royal Palace7

    Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities - The Royal Palace

    Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities - The Royal Palace is Sweden's oldest public art museum, and one of the oldest in Europe. It was opened in 1794 in a part of the Stockholm Palace, to memorize Gustav III's protection of the free arts. The museum contains ancient sculptures from his trip to Italy in
  8. Magasin 38

    Magasin 3

  9. The Jewish Museum in Stockholm9

    The Jewish Museum in Stockholm

    The Jewish Museum is situated in Sweden’s oldest preserved synagogue. The building, located in Själagårdsgatan 19 in the Old Town, tells the story of the first Jews who came to Sweden, how they formed a community, and how they became a part of Swedish society. Stockholm’s earliest Jewish congregatio
  10. Royal Swedish Academy of Arts10

    Royal Swedish Academy of Arts

    Royal Swedish Academy of Arts (The Konstakademien) promotes the development of art in Sweden. The Art Academy holds a large collection of works of art from the past 270 years, mainly of its own members, as well as a famous collection of antique plaster and a comprehensive archive.
  11. Youseum Stockholm11

    Youseum Stockholm

    Youseum is Europe's biggest interactive social media museum all about you! It is the perfect place for those who love capturing moments and being in front of a camera. Here, you can take eye-catching photos for Instagram and create unforgettable content for TikTok, solo or with a group. Enjoy your v

All museums in Stockholm