Spring Has Arrived in Stockholm
|Millesgården is open|
I have returned from my vacation and I managed to time it pretty well to coincide with the arrival of Spring. And while it is a new season, sadly we still have to deal with the ongoing pandemic. However, there is some good news to report! Museums are slowly reopening for visitors. Below you will find a list of the major museums and current information on their status. I will update it as more information comes in. Do make sure, if you are planning on visiting one of the open museums, that you double check their websites (linked here) to check for any last minute changes, their particular Covid-19 rules and what their actual opening hours are. Some museums are now requiring visitors to prebook their tickets online as well.
|Wonderful Skansen is finally reopening!|
- Vasa Museum- closed until further notice.
- ABBA the Museum- closed until further notice.
- Skansen (park, zoo and open air museum)- opens on April 1st. Only prebooked tickets on the weekends.
- Fotografiska (photography)- open.
- Moderna (modern art)- open.
- ArkDes (architecture/design)- open.
- National Museum (classic art and design)- opens on April 6th. Prebooked tickets needed if you wish to visit the Anders Zorn exhibition
- Historiska (Swedish history)- opens on April 13th.
- Royal Palace- closed until further notice.
- Drottningholm Palace- closed until further notice. However, the royal parks are open.
- Nobel Museum- closed until further notice.
- Artipelag (art museum in the archipelago)- open on April 1st.
- Medeltidsmuseet (medieval history)- closed until further notice.
- Stadsmuseet (Stockholm contemporary history)- closed until further notice.
- Naturhistoriska (natural history)- opening on April 6th..
- Spritmuseum (spirits and alcohol beverages)- open.
- Millesgården (art & sculpture)- open.
- Thielska Galleriet (Scandinavian art)- open.
- Prins Eugen Waldemarsudde (classic art)- open.
- Sven-Harry Konstmuseum (art & design)- open.
- Liljevalchs (contemporary art)- opening on April 16th for their annual Spring Salon.
- Tekniska (techonoly & science)- Open. Prebooked tickets required.
- Etnografiska (world culture)- opening on April 7th.
- Östasiatiska museet (East Asian art and culture)- open.
- Medelhavsmuseet (Mediterranean history)- opens on April 7th.
- Junibacken (the world of Astrid Lindgren)- opens on April 1st.
|Historiska, the Swedish history museum, is reopening soon!|
There are many more smaller museums in Stockholm... these, I would say, are the most popular. But if you are going to stay at the Hotel Rival and are interested in some other, more specific museums like, say the Police Museum, contact me directly for assistance.