Very very interesting museum of old Stockholm.With medieval atmosphere. There are old wooden and stone-builded houses, you can see inside! Sometimes you can even go inside these buildings. There are dark and mysterious in this place but this is very good! Visitors see howe people lived, how worked many, many, many centuries ago. One of the most interesting museum of... 更多
Located underneath the front lawn of the parliament building, this s the best bargain in the city (i.e. free). A modern museum with some interesting exhibits, but a focus on interactivity. This place will give you a good grounding in the history of the old town and is probably best done before getting there (which is perfect because it's pretty... 更多
Located, literally, under the road that leads to the Royal Palace from the City so be careful not to miss it as it is well worth a visit. The museum contains a section of the old city wall and recreates medieval Stockholm with a harbor, boats and a town square complete with pillory.
I visited the Medieval Museum two times. Actually I liked the medieval era and the curator of this museum reflected this era strictly. It was very big and very informative. If you are also interested with the medieval era like me, you can spend four hours in this museum without get bored. Also I think, it is the best museum... 更多
While somewhat tricky to find using a map (the museum is under a bridge next to the Opera House, this museum is amazing for having absolutely no admission. It was definitely not just a children's exhibition as we two adults went and enjoyed ourselves immensely. I really could not believe it was free. The reconstructions were beautiful. And while it... 更多
Don't forget to visit it. The best medieval museum that I have ever seen !! It's free to entry, on the centre. No excuse not to go if you visit Stockholm. Just a lit bit difficult to find it (not enough signs) but don't miss it.
It was really difficult to view this museum as the noise level was overwhelming! The teachers were standing there talking to each other completely ignoring the children. The kids were touching everything and in general being disrespectful. If you can get over the noise or happen to be there outside school times then I'm sure this place would be quite... 更多
About half way across the Norrbro bridge (on the little island north of the Royal Palace) descend the steps down and here you’ll find the entrance to the Medieval Museum. It is free which makes a nice change. Inside you discover a re-created street scene from Stockholm along with a number of artefacts which were uncovered during an archeological excavation... 更多
The museum does not open until noon, but it is free and certainly worth more than that. The centerpiece of the museum is the medieval wall segments that were discovered during a construction project. Surrounding the walls are lots of panels with lots of reading. Light is low so this is not the easiest thing to do. Then there are... 更多
I spent over an hour in here to kill some time whilst waiting to meet someone from work during a visit to the city & thoroughly enjoyed it. The free entry was an added bonus and despite not being particularly interested in history as such, really enjoyed learning all about the history of the city. The interactive audio parts were... 更多
This one gives some history and culture from the Middle Ages, life in Stockholm including characters, replicas of life, etc. Worth the time - and it's FREE. Most of it involves reading - no audio guides or multi-media. Still, very educational and well-done.
The medieval museum underneath the parliament buildings is a great demonstration of medieval life in what is now Stockholm. Inside you find a mini medieval city complete with replica style buildings, the foundations of the old city wall, and a great insight into the living conditions in medieval times. Each exhibit tells the story of the person who worked there,... 更多