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Museum of Ethnography

34 Djurgaardsbrunnsvaegen | Box 27140, Stockholm 115 27, Sweden
+46 8 519 550 00
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Unexpected exhibits and journey

The storage area is very interesting, as you can get exposure to something usually unknown. There... read more

Reviewed 6 July 2017
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Must see place in Stockholm

I think that this museum is one of the best museum I have ever visited. It's small but there are a... read more

Reviewed 16 June 2017
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6 Jul 2017
“Unexpected exhibits and journey”
2 Jun 2017
“Worldwide culures are represented”
34 Djurgaardsbrunnsvaegen | Box 27140, Stockholm 115 27, Sweden
Djurgarden & Djurgardsbrunn
+46 8 519 550 00
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Reviewed 6 July 2017 via mobile

The storage area is very interesting, as you can get exposure to something usually unknown. There was an exhibition glorifying the differences between people, especially gender, race and quite interestingly for having a topic the sexual ones. A lot of material on Amerindians and also...More

Thank Anfrist
Reviewed 16 June 2017 via mobile

I think that this museum is one of the best museum I have ever visited. It's small but there are a lot of objects all around the world. Must see place. Don't miss it

Thank Mikail B
Reviewed 2 June 2017

A lot of collectibles of any kind are displayed among the thousand owned by the museum. The items are coming from all over the world belonging to very different cultures. One whole section is dedicated to the concept of "norm". What is normal? Pro and...More

Thank MarcoSpi61
Reviewed 20 December 2016

Well we do have better and more interesting museums in Stockholms. The food is okay but it feels like one is visiting the primary school restaurant...

Thank Anna S
Reviewed 15 June 2016

This museum is quite fascinating but quite difficult for those who do not read Swedish. It appears to be a museum in progress, having staff who are enthusiastic about their subject matter. However, the museum appears to have been started in a wonderful new facility...More

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Reviewed 19 April 2016 via mobile

A quaint, underrated museum that is interesting and not too big. The current Japan temporary exhibit was well done but a bit too much stuff that wasn't related. Was meant to be mainly about cosplay and indigo subcultures but had a few other random Japanese...More

Thank iamdangoldberg
Reviewed 7 April 2016

One of the forgotten museums in Stockholm, or at least little talked about. It's about world cultures, ethnography. Currently there are two temporary exhibitions, Cos-play and Indigo. Both are quite small unfortunately, but gives a brief glimpse of the humans playing cos and the history...More

Thank Eric U
Reviewed 15 November 2015

I have been there in a different kind of visit, with the "EventGuide" Company, participating in a team building activity. Of course this was not a visit to the museum, but with what I saw from this activity, I loved the rooms where we were...More

Thank Ana L
Reviewed 21 September 2015

This museum houses an impressive collection of artifacts related to indigenous cultures from all over the world. The museum does a great job of showing the different cultures in a positive light without much colonial bias. The museum also has an exhibit on its own...More

Thank HistMarine
Reviewed 5 August 2015

Review and learn about different ethnic peoples around the world. Even if a lot of the info is in Swedish, there is enough in English to read and understand. My son and I don`t know Swedish, but we had a great visit. The restaurant is...More

Thank Paula G
Djurgarden & Djurgardsbrunn
The island of Djurgården and its northern mainland
extension, Djurgårdsbrunn, impress with a mix of
nature and an abundance of museums, while being
located in walking distance to Stockholm’s city
center. Djurgården not only invites visitors to take
endless walks through a beautiful park landscape
without having to leave the city, but also offers an
incredible range of entertainment facilities, such as
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