The museums and science centres that are open* on Tuesday include:
*please check timings before arriving to make allowances for holidays/red days etc
Guided tours only:
Stadhuset – Stockholm City’s iconic waterfront municipal building; home of the Gold Hall.
Armémuseum – the museum of wartime and peacetime.
Etnografiskamuseet – the museum of ethnography, what does it mean to be human in this world?
Hallwylska Museet – the home of Count and Countess Walther and Wilhelmina von Hallwyl, 18th Century Stockholm elite.
Historiska – the museum has exhibitions from the Stone Age until modern. Their Viking exhibition is closed for renovations until 2020.
Livrustkammaren – the Swedish Royal armoury.
Medelhavsmuseet – experience the culture, aesthetics and traditions of the Mediterranean region.
Moderna Museet – Sweden’s museum of modern art.
Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet – Sweden’s museum of natural history.
Sjöhistoriska – the Swedish Maritime Museum.
Östasiatiskamuseet – the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, member of Världkulturmuseerna group.
Nationalmuseum – the Swedish national museum of art – preserving cultural heritage and promote art.
Medeltidsmuseet – Stockholm through the middle ages comes alive.
ArkDes – the Swedish museum of architecture and design.
Riksidrottsmuseet – the Swedish national museum of sport and movement.
Museums with entry-fees:
The Nobel Prize Museum – the centre honouring the values and winners of the Nobel Prize.
Artipelag – the privately owned art, activity and nature centre set within Stockholm’s archipelago.
Millesgården – the sculpture and art garden and gallery in the north of Stockholm.
Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde – the home and collection of Prins Eugen’s art on Djurgården.
Scenkonstmuseet – the Swedish centre devoted to the arts of dance, music and theatre.
Polismuseet – experiences, images and notions of the Swedish police force.
Bergrummet – Tidö Toy Collection – Stockholm’s new museum of toys and comics
Nordiska Museet – discover how the people of the north lived from the 16th Century onwards.
Tekniska Museet – the museum of science and technology in Sweden.
Tom Tits – the 4 storey warehouse of science experiments in Södertälje for big and small.
Skansen – the world’s oldest open-air museum, showcasing the whole of Sweden on one island.
Fotografiska – the international photography centre for Sweden; eat, drink and visit.
Liljevalchs – the art and sculpture gallery on Djurgården.
Fjärilhuset – the butterfly and insect garden, plus aquarium, in Hagaparken.
Vikingaliv – the Viking experience science centre on Djurgården.
Vasamuseet – Stockholm’s most popular museum and home of the grand Vasa Ship.
Junibacken – the play centre and home of Astrid Lindgren’s storybook world.
Abba Museum – the interactive and music marathon museum in homage to Sweden’s most famous exports – ABBA.