Our new website is under construction.
The English version will be available shortly, we apologize for the inconvenience.
We are currently creating a new website for the Swedish National Museums of World Culture. Our ambition is to give you, the user, a richer experience, and to give more people in our organization the opportunity to use the web as a tool. We are also aiming for a higher degree of integration with various social media.
about the museum
Through exciting public programmes and exhibitions, the Museum of Ethnography wants to expand the perceptions of various life styles and cultures worldwide. Departing from its abundant collections and their rich provenance, the museum strives to offer knowledge and perspectives for reflection on what it means to be human. By providing interpretations of specific, universal questions, the museum wishes to create receptivity towards the unknown.
The Museum collections contains objects from China, Corea, South- and Southeast Asia, The Pacific, the Americas and Africa. A total of ca 220 000 objects.
The Museum is well served for disabled persons with entrance in ground level and elevators between floors.
Tuesday to Sunday 11 am - 5 pm.
60 SEK. Free to age 18.
Come and see programs and exhibitions, have a cup of tea, meet, or surf the Web wirelessly.
It is free for anyone to go to the restaurant, cafe and shop.
The Museum is closed Easter Monday, Midsummers Eve, Midsummers Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve and New Years Day.
Ecological and locally grown products in a nice clash of Swedish traditions and food from all over the world – welcome to MatMekka at the Museum of Ethnography.
MatMekka is open when the museum is open.
Mon 11 am-14 pm, Tues-Fri 11 am - 5 pm
Sat-Sun 11 am - 5 pm
During the summer season closed on Mondays, w 25-32
The Museum is situated on the northern part of Djurgården.
Take Bus 69 from the Central Station to Bus stop Museiparken or take a waterside walk along the Djurgårdsbrunn canalParking for cars
There are parking sites close to the museum. Parking for the disabled is available in the museums private parking area.
Parking for buses
Parking for buses is available utside the museum.
We offer free Wi-Fi to our visitors. Ask the Front-of-house staff for instructions.
Coatroom and Lockers
Adjacent to the entrance of the museum is a coatroom with lockers, where you can store your belongings free of charge.
Prams/Buggies and Baby Changing Room
Prams/buggies are allowed in all of the museum's public areas and lifts. The exhibitions are fully accessible with a buggy. You may leave your buggy at the entrance, where locks are provided. There is a baby changing room by the rest rooms.
No pets apart from guide dogs for the blind are allowed in the museum.
The museum accepts payment by credit card in the café, restaurant and shop.
Contacting the Museum
+46 (0)10-456 12 99 /+46 (0)10-456 12 00
PO Box 27140
SE-102 52 STOCKHOLM