The Stockholm City Museum is a museum documenting, preserving and exhibiting the history of Stockholm. The museum is housed in Södra Stadshuset at Slussen on Södermalm. The building was completed in 1685. In the 1930s the museum moved in and opened to the public in 1942.
The museum is the largest municipal museum in Sweden, and houses collections which include 300,000 items of historical interest; 20,000 works of art and 3 million photographs. The City Museum closed for renovation January 12, 2015 and reopened on April 27, 2019.The museum is governed by the Cultural Affairs and Sports Division of the City of Stockholm. The city museum, the Museum of Medieval Stockholm and Stockholmia Förlag operate as one department within the division.
The museum is closed for renovation to reopen in autumn 2017.
Adults: SEK 100
People up to 19 years: free
The ticket is valid for 12 months.
Official Website https://stadsmuseet.stockholm.se/
Phone +46 8 508 316 00
Address Götgatan 1, 116 46 Stockholm, Sweden
Coordinates 59°19'10.541" N 18°4'16.54" E