Stockholm landmark: National Museum of Sweden
The National Museum of Sweden is the largest art gallery of this country, his assembly has more than 30 thousand works of decorative and applied crafts, 16 thousand sculptures and paintings, half a million medieval drawings. In the collection collected exhibits of the XV-XVIII centuries.
Pearls of the collection are picturesque canvas of German, Italian, French, English, Dutch artists. Here you can see the brilliant works of Wang Rhina Rembrandt, Peter Rubens, Thomas Geinsboro, El Greco, Pietro Perugino, Francisco Goya, Camille Pissarro, Renoire’s Auguste, Henri Derulz-Lotrek, Edgar Dega, Edward Mana, Van Gogh, Cezanne fields, Gauguen fields, Jean Batista Koro. Also here is a meeting of our icons of the XV-XVIII centuries.
The National Museum was opened in 1866, the building was designed by the August steerome. Art library operates on the territory of the gallery.
As part of the National Museum, there are collections of drottingholm castles, GripSholm, Rosenberg, Ulrixdal and Stirmsholm, as well as a porcelain museum in Gustavsberg.
Note: Until 2017, the museum is closed for reconstruction, due to which the exhibits moved to the Swedish Royal Academy of Arts at FredSgatan 12.
The building of the Swedish National Museum is located on the bank of the canal, on the island of Normalm
Working hours: Daily 10.00 – 18.00; Tuesday, Thursday 10.00 – 20.00.
Ticket price: For adults 100 Swedish crowns, with a discount of 80 kroons. Up to 21 years.