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View treasures by greats including Rembrandt, Rubens, Renoir and more at Sweden’s premier gallery of fine arts.

    SEK 160.00
    /person normally
The Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, Sweden.
Inside the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, Sweden.
The Sculpture Courtyard at Sweden's Nationalmuseum.
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What you'll do

Explore Sweden’s art-filled Nationalmuseum with Go City® 

  • Your pass includes admission to the Nationalmuseum.
  • Just show your pass at the entrance and get ready to immerse yourself in some of the world’s finest art and sculpture.
  • Your Stockholm pass also includes dozens of other top attractions, tours and experiences, all for one money-saving price. 

If you love art – particularly European art – you’re in for an absolute treat at the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, where masterpieces spanning six centuries are displayed in roughly chronological order through a series of suitably grand rooms, halls and corridors.

Stars of the show in the Nationalmuseum are fine French Impressionist and Dutch Golden Age pieces by the likes of Rembrandt, Renoir, Rubens, Cézanne and Degas. There’s also a quite marvelous collection of around half a million prints and drawings that date from the Middle Ages to the early 20th Century. Explore the best in Swedish sculpture in the tranquil Sculpture Courtyard and admire the striking Scandinavian designs of thousands of ceramics sourced from the historic Gustavsberg Porcelain Factory.

Exhibitions in 2023 include ‘The Garden’, featuring garden-inspired pieces by Carl Larsson, Monet, Renoir and more. Then there’s ‘Beauty and the Unexpected’, a journey through American arts and crafts from the 1950s to the present day, and ‘The Joy of Giving – Silver Donations’, with baroque, rococo and modern examples of silverwork tankards, jewelry, candlesticks, goblets and more.

Among the dozens of must-see pieces in the gallery, make time to visit Carl Gustaf Qvarnström’s 19th-century bust of Swedish author Fredrika Bremer, Rembrandt’s The Kitchen Maid, and Gauguin’s Fields by the Sea.

Why choose Go City®?  

  • Customers save money on sightseeing with our pass vs. buying regular walk-up tickets.
  • Our app makes sightseeing easy – your pass, plus all the info you’ll need is right there in the palm of your hand.
  • No need to worry about buying tickets on the day, entry to the Nationamuseum is included with your pass.

Nationalmuseum highlights  

Permanent collection – take a journey through the history of European art, from Rembrandt to Renoir and beyond via a collection that spans over 500 years.

Exciting Exhibitions – major exhibitions in 2023 focus on art inspired by the garden, American arts and crafts, and turn-of-the-millennium silverwork.

The Sculpture Courtyard – elegant sculptures in this peaceful courtyard include several biblical and mythological marble portraits by Fogelberg, plus Lundberg’s epic In Sorrow and Carl Gustaf Qvarnström’s portrait in plaster depicting celebrated Swedish author Fredrika Bremer.

Nationalmuseum facts

  • The Nationalmuseum was founded in 1792 and opened in its current location on the Blasieholmen peninsula in 1866.
  • The museum’s collection amounts to some 700,000 items, including paintings, prints, drawings, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry and more.
  • The collection spans the years from around 1500 right up to the present day.

Go City is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility when sightseeing in Stockholm. Your pass includes admission to the Nationalmuseum, plus dozens more top Stockholm attractions.

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Know before you go

Getting in

Just show your pass at the ticket office and you’re in!

For more information, visit the Nationalmuseum website.

Where you'll be

Operating hours

Tuesday-Sunday: hours vary, but the museum is generally open 10AM-5PM during summer holidays, and 11AM-5PM at other times.

From June 23 to Aug 25, the museum will be open Tuesday-Sunday: 11AM-6PM.

For the most up-to-date opening times, check the Nationalmuseum website.

Closings & holidays

Closed Mondays.

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