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Swedish Museum of Performing Art

Benefit: Single Entry
Regular Price: Adult USD 16.42; Child USD 0.00
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Attraction Highlights

  • Family friendly museum suitable for all ages
  • Free admission 0–20 years!
  • Some 20 interactive stations that brings the heritage of theatre, music and dance to life
  • Situated in the oldest industrial building in the centre of Stockholm
  • Grab a Swedish "fika", lunch or a glass of wine in the tasteful Bistro Kavalleriet
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Single Entry

Address Sibyllegatan 2, Stockholm. Subway: Östermalmstorg. Bus/Tram: Nybroplan
Collection Information Tickets must be redeemed at the entrance of Scenkonstmuseet, please have your iVenture card ready.
Phone +46 8 519 567 00
Email: [email protected]
Work Hours Tuesday–Sunday 11 a.m – 5 p.m.
Closed Days Mondays
Website https://scenkonstmuseet.se/?lang=en

What to expect

Welcome to the world of theatre, music and dance – on stage and behind the scenes.
Current exhibitions:

Bergman – Truth and Lies (June 16–September 16)
2018 marks 100 years since the birth of Ingmar Bergman. The Swedish Museum of Performing Arts celebrates the anniversary with Bergman – Truth and Lies, a large exhibition focusing on the director’s work on stage, as well as behind the camera. In collaboration with Deutsche Kinemathek.

On Stage
This family friendly interactive exhibition is divided into the sections: dance, theatre, music and puppetry. You will find Some 20 interactive stations that brings the heritage of theatre, music and dance to life, through touching, enriching and engaging visitors.

Swedish Music Hall of Fame
This exhibition pays tribute to some of Sweden’s most renowned music makers like Abba, Roxette and Robyn.

Things to look out for

Discover the world of theatre, music and dance – on stage and behind the scenes. This family friendly interactive museum is situated in the oldest industrial building in Stockholm. You’ll find the On Stage exhibition (divided into the sections: dance, theatre, music and puppetry) as well as The Swedish Music Hall of Fame exhibition that pays tribute to some of Sweden’s most renowned music makers.

Helpful Tips

Some 20 interactive stations turn the spotlight on the visitor’s own creative abilities. Create your own music in Samplingsbaren (“the Sampling Bar”), try the digital makeup mirror and get lost in Ljudskogen (“the Sound Forest”).
Address Sibyllegatan 2, Stockholm. Subway: Östermalmstorg. Bus/Tram: Nybroplan
Phone +46 8 519 567 00
Work Hours Tuesday–Sunday 11 a.m – 5 p.m.
Closed Days Mondays
Website https://scenkonstmuseet.se/?lang=en