Museum of Spirits is open seven days a week

1st June – 31st August
Every day 10.00–18.00, Tuesday 10.00–20.00.

1st September – 31st May
Every day 10.00–17.00, Tuesday 10.00–20.00.

Closed: 8.9

Closed:  22 th June, 23, 24, 25th &  31th December


Admission

Adults 100 SEK

Groups (of at least 10 persons) 80 SEK

Payment can be made in cash and by credit card.

ART POP

With Absolut Art Collection as a starting point, we have searched for moments in the history of modern music when music and art have overlapped. The result is a journey from Andy Warhol's early drawings for the covers of jazz records from the mid-1950s right up until today with Lady Gaga's "ArtPop".

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Museum of Spirits is situated on the island of Djurgården in Stockholm.

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.

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Tastings

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.

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“Sweden: Spirits of a Nation”

“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.

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“Sweden: Spirits of a Nation”

SWEDISH SIN 22 May 2014 – 18 Jan. 2015

Welcome to an exhibition on images of Sweden, spirits and sex. In collaboration with artist Peter Johansson, we get to grips with lust and vice, liberation and shame – with ”Swedish sin”, both the myth and the phenomenon.

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Spend an hour with booze!

Spend an hour with booze! Follow our guide on a return visit to Sweden’s nation of spirits, in which our bittersweet relationship with alcohol takes the fore, to our art-exhibition Art pop with arts from Absolut Art Collection and to Swedish Sin.

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