Are you itching to visit a museum or discover new parts of the city? The last year hasn’t exactly been packed with exciting experiences, and rightly so with the ongoing pandemic. It is still far from over and we must all do our best to do what we can to reduce the spread of infection. Many museums in Stockholm have put in place responsible restrictions in order to open up again. Make sure to prebook your visit to be guaranteed entry. Now you can finally experience art technology and history again – we have listed open museums and a guided boat tour in Stockholm.
The Nordiska Museet on Djurgården tales the story of how people have lived in Scandinavia from around the 1500’s until today . If you are interested in Scandinavian history you can visit the museum again from Monday the 22nd of March. Current exhibitions include “The Arctic – while the ice is melting”, “Sapmi” and “British - ever so Nordic”.
Read more about the Nordiska Museet’s restrictions to reduce the spread of infection
Address: Djurgårdsvägen 6-16
The Modern Art Museum in Stockholm is one of the world’s leading modern art museums and they have made sure to adapt their services in order to reopen carefully on March 25th. In their collection you can find pieces by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Dorothea Tanning, Andy Warhol and Niki de Saint Phalle, as well as current modern artists. When they open their door again you can see the exhibitions ”Face to face” by Alberto Giacometti and ”Stripped” by Lea Porsagers.
Read about Moderna Museet’s restrictions to reduce the spread of infection
Address: Skeppsholmen, Exercisplan 4
The Tekniska Museum is an experience suitable for the entire family – exciting exhibitions, challenges and experiments to try yourself. The museum is open, but you are required to book in advanced. They have several exhibitions with various themes. Amongst the current exhibitions you can find prized exhibition “Moving to Mars” that shows what a move to the planet Mars would involve. Other current exhibitions are ”Hyper Human”, Play beyond Play”, ”MegaMind” and ”Antropocen”.
Read about the Tekniska Museum’s restrictions to reduce the spread of infection
Address: Museivägen 7, Norra Djurgården
Do you want to experience the very best of the Stockholm archipelago and learn more about it’s amazing history? Make sure to book a tour with charming classic archipelago ship M/S Östanå I that runs the popular Archipelago Tour with guide. Safety is paramount and Stromma has incorporated a number of measures to ensure safety for both guests and staff. Lean back and enjoy a few hours scenic sightseeing in the beautiful archipelago. Onboard there is a café where you can buy snacks, hot and cold drinks and sandwiches.
Read about Stromma’s measures to reduce the spread of infection
Address: Strandvägen kajplats 15