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Swedish Museum of Natural History

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40 Frescativaegen, Stockholm 114 18, Sweden
+46 8 519 540 00
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Just like any other average natural history museum....

The museum gives you a display of different animals and plants living in the Scandinavian area, as... read more

Reviewed 11 August 2016
InaMP
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Sarpsborg, Norway
Good on a rainey day

My wife and I in our late 60's were looking for some place to go on a rainy day and this fit the... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2016
William L
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BeanTown
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40 Frescativaegen, Stockholm 114 18, Sweden
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Reviewed 11 August 2016

The museum gives you a display of different animals and plants living in the Scandinavian area, as well as other parts of the World. However, the displays were at times a bit boring and dusty, very traditional. Nothing compared to the wonderful museum of Natural...More

Thank InaMP
Reviewed 5 August 2016

My wife and I in our late 60's were looking for some place to go on a rainy day and this fit the bill. Interesting museum with a good selection of historical items, furniture,y etc on the top two floors. Free guide so you can...More

Thank William L
Reviewed 29 July 2016 via mobile

I found the museum to be really entertaining and instructive. I really loved that there are lots of games for children to learn about nature. I also found really interesting the sector dedicated to the Swedish fauna.

Thank Carolina P
Reviewed 24 July 2016 via mobile

My aunt is visiting so i took her to this museum. She loved it. You can see all kinds of animals and they have exhibitions If you are intressted. It's very big so you spend like 3 hours here depend on What you like to...More

Thank Ccccarina
Reviewed 21 July 2016

All the attractions are worth seeing. Save one day for at leas ttwo museeums. Some museeums of coursecneed a whole day like the VAsa

Thank Raj M
Reviewed 17 July 2016

I visit the Museum and I have to admit that the most interesting aspect is the architecture of the museum. The exposition is rich but more addressed to modern than old "things". It's interesting and it's for sure a nice museum to see, but in...More

Thank Micol M
Reviewed 27 June 2016

An average natural history museum. Larger, but in my opinion not as good as the one in Gothenburg. More aimed at children.

Thank satsumas11
Reviewed 12 June 2016

Nice place for people of all ages, specially curious kids who likes asking questions about Nature and inhabitants of past and present. The museum has good facility of toilets and restaurant and in walking distance from Universitetet Metro station. Overall its great place to visit,...More

Thank w_rajib
Reviewed 23 May 2016

If you want to see the flora and fauna of Scandinavia as well as understand your body and climate, this place is an amazing way to do so. If you have been to London's natural history museum, this one will not be a surprise for...More

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Reviewed 28 April 2016

It's free! The taxidermy in the dioramas is unusually good, and the dioramas are thoughtful and incorporate lots of fun details that are often overlooked, such as insect life. A lot of the labels are Swedish-only, which can be limiting for tourists. It's a fairly...More

Thank Melissa B
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foods from around the world and the Swedish Royal
Dramatic Theatre with its awe-inspiring architecture.
At night, legendary nightclubs make the perfect
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clairegreece
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I am not sure but the best way to get there is by the metro and there is a stop very close by. Have a lovely visit.
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