Free entry to its major exhibitions which cover modern and contemporary art and rotate seasonally. You can reach the museum by footbridge from Kungsträdgården, or by commuter ferry with your metro card.
Modern Art Museum (Moderna Museet) collects, preserves, shares and exhibits modern and contemporary art. It opened in 1958, when modern art from the early 20th century and photography from 1840 and onwards was moved from the Nationalmuseum into a former navy drill hall on Skeppsholmen in Stockholm…
Good permanent collection and usually good exhibitions. Especially recommended for the outdoors installation by Niki de Saint Phalle and the kid's program. www.modernamuseet.se
A wonderful modern art museum on Skeppsholmen. The space itself is wonderful to be in as well as the art. You get great value and delicious weekday lunches there. It's also very nice just to walk around the island as it's so beautiful.
Interesting temporary exhibition and visit is free to the permanent exhibition. Lovely cafeteria and restaurant with great views.
Great island to also walk around and explore. Moderna Museet even has its own atelier for children to paint and create their own artworks.
“A modern photography gallery near Slussen subway station (take the green line or bus 3, then walk 5-10 minutes). It’s really cool and modern and they have a bar and restaurant up top.”
“Animals, playgrounds, nice view Also there is aquarium inside one that you pay extra and one free”
“The museum displays the only almost fully intact 17th century ship that has ever been salvaged.”
“Nordiska Galleriet is the place to shop here in Stockholm. You will find plenty of different international as well as national brands here. Most of them are pricy. You can also find food and cafes here.”
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