Djurgårdsvägen, 6-16

Nordiska museet is a museum located on Djurgården island in the centre of Stockholm. Some of the objects on display are tables used for banquets, and coffee and tea sets which show how cooking utensils have changed over the years.

The museum shows a collection of garments such as dresses and male suits which date back to the mid-18th century in the Fashion Gallery, and in Interiors you can compare modern Swedish decor from 1870.

The 21st century is portrayed through photographs of contemporary houses taken by the famous Swedish photographer, Mikkel Ørstedholm. The museum also houses the largest collection of paintings by the Swedish artist Strindberg.

It shows how life was in Sweden at different points in history through handmade objects, photographs and traditional food.

Stockholm guide | museums in Stockholm


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