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Swedish Museum of Natural History

#33 of 310 things to do in Stockholm Features Animals
40 Frescativaegen, Stockholm 114 18, Sweden
+46 8 519 540 00
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Interesting place

If you want to see the flora and fauna of Scandinavia as well as understand your body and climate... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2016
Leonidas A
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Chaniá, Khania, Greece
Free, typical natural history museum

It's free! The taxidermy in the dioramas is unusually good, and the dioramas are thoughtful and... read more

Reviewed 27 April 2016
Melissa B
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Lund, Sweden
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40 Frescativaegen, Stockholm 114 18, Sweden
Ostermalm
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Reviewed 23 May 2016

If you want to see the flora and fauna of Scandinavia as well as understand your body and climate, this place is an amazing way to do so. If you have been to London's natural history museum, this one will not be a surprise for...More

1  Thank Leonidas A
Reviewed 27 April 2016

It's free! The taxidermy in the dioramas is unusually good, and the dioramas are thoughtful and incorporate lots of fun details that are often overlooked, such as insect life. A lot of the labels are Swedish-only, which can be limiting for tourists. It's a fairly...More

Thank Melissa B
Reviewed 18 April 2016

If you want to get to know this country and its history, this is the perfect place, I think it's good for all ages

Thank Kathrine222
Reviewed 18 April 2016 via mobile

Nice mix of animals, dinosaurs, sience and technology that is entertaining for almost all ages and it's all for free. Easy to take the subway against Mörby Centrum and jump of at Universitet.

Thank J_Pentti
Reviewed 16 April 2016

Loads of good exhibits and the 'Human Animal' section was great fun for us and þhe kids. Beautiful building too.

Thank natlou79
Reviewed 5 April 2016

The saving grace about this museum was the IMAX theatre experience which was immense and well worth the £10 per adult we paid. The rest of the museum was ok but not much information in English. The stuffed animals were good but they always are....More

Thank TheFabFour18
Reviewed 31 March 2016

I have visited this museum several times but last week was impressed with new interactive displays. It really brings the material to life and is fun for all ages. For example, a child can register as an archaeologist and is then invited to head off...More

Thank PW1T
Reviewed 22 March 2016

It is a version of Good news, bad news. The good news is that the museum is FRR, the bad news is that this is a reflection of what it is worth. The museum bills itself as being interactive and ideal for children. Sadly the...More

Thank Vaeltaja100
Reviewed 20 March 2016

The museum has many exhibitions (dinosaurs, scandinavian nature, mineral show...) so there is definitely something for everyone. In some exhibitions, you can even touch the items and objects so the kids will be delighted. For families with small kids, there is a area where to...More

1  Thank Nennahn
Reviewed 18 March 2016

I went here with my four children and paid only for me as kids go free. The displays are interesting and educative. we stayed for hours and skipped the film as nobody was interested in that. Even the mineral room which perhaps has less appeal...More

Thank bibibj
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With its high-end shopping facilities and
Michelin-starred restaurants, Östermalm is definitely
the poshest part of central Stockholm. Here you will
find Stockholm’s most majestic residential buildings,
a beautiful market hall from 1888 displaying gourmet
foods from around the world and the Swedish Royal
Dramatic Theatre with its awe-inspiring architecture.
At night, legendary nightclubs make the perfect
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Yes, there is parking next to the museum. Yes you have to congestion charge.
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