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Discover life in the Nordics for the past 500 years at the Nordic Museum, Sweden's largest museum of cultural history. Situated on the Djurgården island in the center of Stockholm, the magnificent museum building is one of Stockholm's true landmarks and well worth a visit in itself.
Discover a variety of exhibitions on fashion and textiles, furniture and interiors, china and table settings, folk art, jewelry, photography, trends, and traditions. There is also a separate exhibition about the only indigenous people in Sweden, the Sami. The museum shop offers modern and classical products for old and young, and the restaurant serves traditional Swedish food and snacks.
The audio guides available are in Swedish, English, Finnish, Sami, German, Russian, French, Italian, Mandarin, Arabic, and easy Swedish.
Also, don't miss the current exhibition in the main hall, 'The Arctic - while the ice is melting', which is built up inside a gigantic ice crack.