Information about Covid-19 and your visit
We follow the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s advice and recommendations. There are currently no restrictions when you visit the museum.
Sweden’s high vaccination coverage in combination with the Omicron variant which is causing fewer cases of serious illness has reduced the burden on the Swedish healthcare system. Therefore, the Public Health Agency has decided to remove most measures against Covid-19 from and including Wednesday, February 9, 2022. For up-to-date information please visit krisinformation.se or folkhalsomyndigheten.se
No Covid-19 vaccination requirement
You are welcome to visit the museum without showing proof of vaccination.
Stay at home when you feel unwell
You are welcome to visit us if you feel healthy. If you experience symptoms that may be Covid-19, stay at home until you get well.
Plan your visit
If you want to visit the museum when there are usually fewer visitors and extra space, we recommend that you come between 3 pm-7 pm or at the evening opening on Wednesdays at 5 pm-8 pm. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, there are generally fewer visitors during the whole day. On the weekend, there are generally more visitors at the museum, but there are usually fewer visitors on Sundays than on Saturdays.
In our large museum building with a plenty of space, you can experience eleven exhibitions on your own and with an audio guide.