Free entry to the Museum of Spirits with the Stockholm Pass

Museum of Spirits

  • Museum of Spirits
  • Museum of Spirits
  • Museum of Spirits
  • Museum of Spirits

Stockholm Pass Benefits:

Free entry to the Museum of Spirits with the Stockholm Pass
Normal Price: Adult: SEK 130; Child (15-18): SEK 60

Taste, smell and learn about the Swedish spirit tradition and drinking culture at the Museum of Spirits on Djurgården. It’s one of the most fascinating – and delicious – museums in Stockholm and well worth a visit to indulge all the senses, with tasting rooms, bars, restaurants and a shop.


  • Absolut Art Collection
  • Sweden: Spirits of a Nation Exhibition 
  • Variety of tastings, from wine, to whiskey, vodka and snaps

Did you know:

- The word “toast,” which means wishing good health originated in ancient Rome from when a piece of toasted bread was literally dropped into wine 

- Vodka was first sold legally in Sweden in 1498 by a Stockholm tavern keeper 


The Future of food & drink
Take a giant step into the world of futurology. What kinds of foods will we be eating in the future? Will meatballs still be on the menu, or will leftover salad, lab milk and insect burgers be part of our daily diet?
Spritmuseum presents “The Future of Food & Drink”, an exhibition for everyone who’s curious about what we will be eating tomorrow, how to prepare for the future of food, and why food matters to the climate.

Absolut Art Collection: Photo
The theme for the 2019 summer exhibition with the Absolut Art Collection is Photography. The exhibition presents 60 artworks from the collection, by 23 renowned photographers in the fine art and fashion industry. Made between the years 1990-2004, they reflect the decades of Hip-Hop, techno, the end of the cold war and the beginning of the digital era.

Sweden: Spirits of a Nation
Explore Swedes’ bittersweet relationship with alcohol in this exhibition.The exhibition is designed as a walk through the seasons of the year, given shape through sceneries, scents, tastes and music. 



At Spritmuseum, we aim to stay true to our subject; offering Swedish craft drinks. Here you will find a selection of the now over 500 craft producers located all around Sweden.
Quality beer, on tap and bottle, exciting cider, custom gin with various kinds of tonic produced in our test kitchen, along with other thirst quenching creations.
To go with that we also offer larger and smaller dishes, the ripple of waves and sea breeze.

The dock is open from 12 PM every day of the week, with adequate weather. The bar closes at 5 PM Sunday – Wednesday and is open till late with the restaurant Thursday – Saturday.


How to get there:

    Bus: 67, Hop On-Hop Off
    Tram: 7
    Boat: Hop On-Hop Off

see the: full list of attractions included

Monday 10.00 - 17.00
Tuesday 10.00 - 17.00
Wednesday 10.00 - 17.00
Thursday 10.00 - 19.00
Friday 10.00 - 19.00
Saturday 10.00 - 19.00
Sunday 12.00 - 17.00

Closed: Dec 23 - 25, 31 (August 24: 10-18, September 1: 10-15.30)

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Djurgårdsvägen 38, 115 21 , Stockholm


+46 8 121 313 00