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Ordinarie öppettider:
Tisdag–fredag 11–17
Lördag–söndag 10–18

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The museum will be closed until further notice

Due to further investigations, and roof repairs in the main building, which includes passages to adjacent spaces, the museum will be closed until further notice.

Please contact our frontdesk at informationen@nrm.se or +46 8 5195 4000 for more information or refunds of previously bought tickets. The validity period of already purchased annual passes will be extended by three months.

Unfortunately we do not have any information on how long the museum will be closed. We are working hard for a solution and will update our website accordingly. Thank you for your patience.

Permanent exhibitions

Children looking at skulls. Photo: Mikael Axelsson

Follow the course of human evolution over the past seven million years.

Human head.

About the human body from an evolutional perspective.

Two girls stand in front of a screen in a museum exhibition

About illegal trade with species under threat.

A researcher sits on a box outside his tent and talks on a satellite phone

Expeditions — gathering knowledge of the Earth

A small exhibition about this museum’s role in charting the Earth’s plant and animal life.

Students in the exhibition Fossil and Evolution.

About life on Earth. And, of course, dinosaurs.

Boy examines what is inside a tree trunk in the exhibition Life's Diversity.

About biological diversity, and why it is important.

Children in the exhibition Swedish Nature, touching "furry objects"

Peek inside a bear's winter quarters, meet wolves and lynx, or investigate an anthill from the inside.

Three children climb on a tree trunk with a brick building in the background.

Grow the City

Come and experience the nature of the city at the Swedish Museum of Natural History's inner courtyard!

Children in the museum exhibition, investigation a big skeleton

Experience the Arctic and Antarctic grand environment.

Children examine a crystal in a museum exhibition.

Meteorites from far, far away, sparkling  stones and minerals in all the colours of the rainbow.

Two girl standing playing with a device creating "clouds".

About future climate and its consequences.

Upcoming exhibitions

Former Exhibitions

Life in water is closed from March 2021 and a new water exhibition will open in 2023.