The Nordic Museum in Stockholm looks like a cathedral, but is in fact a museum with a vast collection of furniture, art and other artefacts connected with the cultural history of Sweden from the early modern period (which began in 1520) to the contemporary period. The museum is located on Djurgården and the building it is housed in was completed in 1907 after a 19-year construction process. The Nordic Museum holds over 1.5 million objects in its collections.
September–May 10am to 5pm, Wednesdays 10am to 8pm.
June–August 9am to 6pm.
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Tuesday 13.00–17.00 (Sep–May): Free (does not include New Year's Eve or the exhibition The Arctic - while the ice is melting; regular fees apply.)
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