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The Museum of Dance

The Museum of Dance

A museum of world culture, embracing dance, theatre and art. The museum moved to new facilities in the spring of 2013 and the permanent exhibition is closed until October 2013.

Until then the museum offers a preview of parts of the new premises with a large temporary photo exhibition by the French photographer Denis Darzacq. The exhibition, Bistro Rolf de Maré and the museum shop are open daily at Drottninggatan 17.

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Daphne Athens 12/28/2013 11:51 AM
dansmuseet,the very best!

One of the best museums i have ever visited. to my surprise it is not focused only on western dance but also on dance around the world,with tribal masks etc of other cultures concerning their traditional dance styles(for excample india). i was also lucky to visit an exhibition called sleeping beauties that 's not permanent as far as i understood.really original.... the gift shop is also very good,with good prices and things for all ages,as well as many,many books concerning dancing.i highly recommend it!

Dave Donaldson/Viv Stewart London/Newcastle 9/13/2011 12:50 PM
Love at First (and second) Sight

We stumbled on this museum by accident one afternoon and it was so good that we returned the next day. Even if you don't know much about dance it's worth seeing. Terrific films e.g. Matthew Bourne's Nutcracker and lots of clips of dance from classical ballet to modern stage. I loved the set models and the costumes. A compact museum, easy to get around and the staff were thoughtful and informative. Very good cafe and better than average museum shop. Thanks to all involved

The Museum of Dance
Drottninggatan 17 11152 Stockholm Sweden
Telephone number: +46(0)8-441 76 51
Website URL: www.dansmuseet.se
Free admission.
Special exhibitions SEK 80.
Free admissionwith the Stockholm Card Buy the Stockholm Card

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