The Museum of Spirits is situated on the island of Djurgården in Stockholm. It takes about 35 minutes to walk from the Central Station and 15 minutes from the metro station Karlaplan.
Djurgårdsvägen 38, Djurgården, Stockholm, Sweden
From the Central Station: Approximate time: 35 minutes. From Karlaplan metro station: Approximate time: 15 minutes.
From the city centre (at Sergels torg square, on Hamngatan street) take tram number 7 towards Waldemarsudde. Get off at tram stop Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund, walk past Liljevalchs art gallery towards the harbour.
Take bus 44 towards Waldermarsudde. Get off at bus stop Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund, walk past Liljevalchs art gallery towards the harbour.
Take bus 69 (Blockhusudden/Kaknästornet) or 76 (Ropsten). Get off at bus stop Djurgårdsbron and walk across the bridge onto the island of Djurgården.
Take the metro red line to station Karlaplan. From there it is a 15 minute walk to The Museum of Spirits. You can also take bus 44 from Karlaplan to bus stop Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund.
Ferry from Slussen all year round and from Nybroplan during the summer.
Visit www.sl.se for timetables and other information about the tram, the buses and the metro.
There is a car park near the museum, but it is often full. Parking spots may be found on the other side of the bridge or in the parking garages at Slussen or Karlaplan. Find out more on stockholmparkering.se.
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Tram from the city centre (by Sergels torg square, on Hamngatan street) take tram number 7 towards Waldemarsudde. Get off at the tram Stop Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund, walk past Liljevalchs to the harbour.To Google Maps
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