1st June – 31st August
Every day 10–18, Tuesday 10–20
Dinner Tue–Sat 17–22
1st September – 31st May
Every day 10–17, Tuesday 10–20.
Dinner wed-, thu- & friday from 18.45
Closed: 24, 25th & 31th December.
100 SEK – Adults.
90 SEK – Pensioners.
90 SEK – 12 – 18 years and students, (with valid student ID showing expiry date).
Childen – 12 years and under: free admission.
Groups (of at least 10 persons) 80 SEK.
Payment can be made in cash and by credit card.
We offer a range of wine tastings, but you can also choose among exciting new offers such as ”Flavours of Sweden”, ”Swedish whisky” and ”flavour your own snaps” where we cover the basics of spicing and flavouring vodka and snaps.Read more
Follow our guide on an inspiring tour of “Sweden: Spirits of a Nation”, "Beer" and "Traingone/Frank Bowling".Read more
Powerful Babies: Keith Haring’s Impact on Artists Today brings together a diverse group of contemporary artists from across the United States and Northern Europe to celebrate the legacy of Keith Haring on the 25th anniversary of the artist’s death. Curated by Bill Arning, Director of Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, and Rick Herron, New York-based independent curator, the exhibition reconsiders Haring’s career and achievements through new commissions, recent work, performances and events to highlight the ubiquitous influence Haring has had on contemporary artists working today.Read more.
Sweden has a venerable tradition of snapsvisor – songs sung when making a toast at parties -and it it still very much alive. The museum accepts entries to its annual Swedish drinking song championships and keep an archive of all submissions.Read more
“Sweden: Spirits of a Nation” is Spritmuseum’s major exhibition, focusing on the Swedes’ bittersweet relationship to alcohol. The exhibition is designed as a walk through the seasons of the year, given shape through sceneries, scents, tastes and music.Read more
The Museum of Spirits offers conferences in our elegant wine tasting rooms with a scintillating view over the guest harbour, and the islands of Kastellholmen and Södermalm. The room seats up to 56 people.Read more