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Stockholm City Museum

Ryssgarden | Slussen, Stockholm 105 35, Sweden
+46 8 508 316 20
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The City Museum is closed for renovation, to reopen during autumn 2017 with a new permanent exhibition focusing on stories of Stockholm. New exhibition spaces mean that many never-before-seen objects can be displayed. Stockholm's history is an adventure, and you will get to experience it in a brand new way! During the time for renovation we organize public city-walks every day. Most of them in Swedish. You are always welcome to book a private guided tour in English. Available tours in English includes the historic Stockholm and the Old town, the Millennium tours (the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), ABBA City Walk, The World Heritage Woodland Cemetery and visits to The City Museums four historically restored apartments.
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8 Jul 2017
21 Nov 2016
“Wait till it is remodeled”
Ryssgarden | Slussen, Stockholm 105 35, Sweden
Ryssgarden | Slussen, Stockholm 105 35, Sweden
+46 8 508 316 20
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Reviewed 26 May 2013

I haven't spent much time in the Stadsmuseet, this review is for the Millennium Tour only. For all you Stieg Larsson fans visiting Stockholm, this is a must. You can purchase a map and do the tour yourself, but it's well worth joining a guided...More

1  Thank MaggieSychta
Reviewed 5 February 2013

This museum covers the 'modern' period as opposed to the Medieval one, that is the history of the city from ca 1550 to modern times. It has a lot to show on a couple of floors. The location is strategic at the communication hub Slussen....More

1  Thank Ugurd
Reviewed 20 January 2013

This is a small museum that gives you though a clear view of the history of the city, its culture and its people

Thank VassiliosLip
Reviewed 20 September 2012

at Slussen, a busy corner in Stockholm, you find this museum showing Stockholm during centuries... Very interesting if you like history, but it also shows thoughts about the future

Thank windisle
Reviewed 11 August 2012 via mobile

Stockholm City Museum offers a walking tour (The Millennium Tour) that ought to be separately listed by TripAdvisor as a tour rather than a museum. The Millennium tour costs about $20/person, lasts about 2 hours, and includes 6 stops around Sodermalm. Tickets are available at...More

3  Thank afinetraveler
Reviewed 13 July 2012

This is a great way to spend several hours getting the 'lay of the land' from Old Stockholm to the present day and projects for the future. They offer the Millenium Tour a couple of times each week and that was fun to roam the...More

Thank Mary Ann C
Reviewed 19 May 2012

We did visit the museum but mostly went for the tour. Our guide was great. She integrated spots from the books with the Swedish and American movies and learned some about Stockholm and Sweden along the way. It allowed us to see some of the...More

Thank alliswell252
Reviewed 24 March 2012

Usually has great exhibits concerning Stockholm and it's history. They cater for the kids as well, both with information in the exhibits and a nice play area. Note that it is no longer free as it used to be though. Entrance is 70 SEK (which...More

1  Thank martinsa
Reviewed 25 December 2011

This review is only for the Millennium Tour - I attended this tour after only viewing the Original Swedish movies. I think this tour would be great for someone that read the books because the guide did a really great job of explaining not only...More

1  Thank shaste80
Reviewed 17 November 2011

Walked all the way around it before we found the entrance - signs not good. Admission was free. It isn't huge but packs a lot of interesting exhibits into a small space. Would thoroughly endorse it for anyone who has Stockholm ancestors, like me. You...More

Thank crivitz
A unique mix of grotesque 1960s concrete urban vision
and cosy historical Swedish brick houses, Slussen has
become one of Stockholm’s most architecturally edgy
and controversial neighborhoods. Plans to rebuild the
area have been on the agenda for decades, however, so
far no agreement could be reached, which is the reason
for the continuing decay of its brutalist substance.
Nevertheless, the museums and the main shopping
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