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The Museum of Spirits

38-40 Djurgaardsvaegen, Djurgarden 115 21, Sweden
+46 8 121 313 00
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The Museum of Spirits, situated on the Stockholm island of Djurgården, is full of surprises. Our main focus is on alcoholic beverages: from drinks in the bar to beer on our pier, and through to the entertaining exhibitions about everything from distilling to how tastes and drinks affect us. Even our art exhibit, with works from the legendary Absolut Art Collection, centers around a bottle. Entrance to the museum including a sampler with four Swedish beverages: 250 SEK. Entrance without sampler: 120 SEK. Opening hours. Monday 10–17, Tuesday–Saturday 10–19, Sunday 12–17.
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  • Very good41%
  • Average24%
  • Poor13%
  • Terrible4%
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38-40 Djurgaardsvaegen, Djurgarden 115 21, Sweden
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+46 8 121 313 00
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Honestly, this is far from the best museum in Stockholm. I have been here a few times and their tastings are very good, but the museum itself has always been a bit of a disappointment. It improves vastly if you follow a guide though, walking...More

Thank mpetersson79
Reviewed 4 May 2017

Unfortunately, the museum was nowhere near as interesting as we had been led to believe. We chose the package which provided a few samples, but really, was a bit tiresome. However, the location of the museum was great.

Thank J-J2030
Reviewed 7 March 2017

Great exhibition about spirits of Sweden with the option to do some spirits tasting at trendy bar which is part of the museum. A really fun thing to do, especially if the weather outside is freezing cold.

Thank Miri B
Reviewed 18 February 2017

Still not entirely sure what was going on there. There was a little about how vodka & whisky was made but such a weird experience. It was like walking into a Salvador Dali dream. I can't describe it really - psychedelic, odd - uses all...More

Thank Bluexandee
Reviewed 1 November 2016

It is all about spirits/alcohol and Swedish people. It has a lot of exhibits related with Absolute Vodka, maybe the sponsor of the museum. Some of it is interesting, but it doesn't worth to go only for these some. The cost for an adult is...More

Thank thor2705
Reviewed 23 October 2016

Only if you have seen everything in Stockholm and have nothing to do, it is worth visiting the museum of spirits. Otherwise, if you are around, I recommend to have a couple of drinks in a bar, which is in the same building as the...More

Thank Shimnik
Reviewed 2 October 2016

This is a fairly small museum but still kept us occupied for a good couple of hours. At the time we visited it had quite a lot of improvement works in progress, so some parts were closed/inaccessible. Nonetheless, they had a REALLY good temporary exhibition...More

Thank seja2
Reviewed 14 September 2016

Entry to the Museum of Spirits is included with the Stockholm Pass. The Museum itself is focused on Absolute Vodka which I presume either sponsors the museum or owns it. The first part is more a modern art museum dedicated to Absolute's advertising campaigns over...More

Thank Sp218
Reviewed 25 July 2016

This is a very strange museum. The first half is cool, with an Absolut exhibit and some interesting artwork, but then you start moving into different areas that deal with the botany of alcohol (with a table of cookbooks?), effects of alcohol (a room with...More

Thank lnb78
Reviewed 28 May 2016

At first I was thinking this was about spirits as in ghosts, like BOO. Lol, but upon further researched learned it was about alcohol, so I know the hubby who be down for this museum. It had an exhibit dedicated to Absolut - the vodka...More

Thank kayla s
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