The Swedish History Museum (Statens historiska museum) is the State Historical Museum in the Swedish capital Stockholm. The site dates back to 1866, and the construction of the current site took place between 1934 and 1939. It is the national Swedish museum of archeology and history with more than 20 million pieces from Swedish prehistoric times up to and including the Middle Ages, including: an underground treasure room with gold and silver pieces, a tale of eight life stories from prehistory, a Viking collection that deals with their life and propaganda on it in the 19th and 20th centuries, church art from Northern Europe and a textile room
September 1–May 31:
Tuesday to Sunday 11 am–5 pm
Wednesdays also 5 pm–8 pm
June 1–August 31:
Open every day 10 am–5 pm
(closed June 21 and 22 2019)
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