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Children experimenting in The Energy Game. Photo: Anna Gerdén

Children experimenting in The Energy Game. Photo: Anna Gerdén

At the National Museum of Science and Technology, we want to stimulate the students´ technological curiosity and to show possibilities and limitations of the natural sciences.

We aim to show the history of technology, discuss what technology means to us today and what it can mean to us in the future. We also wish to get the students talking about what technology should and should not be used for.

In our galleries and storage areas there are about 55,000 objects and artifacts. Each object tells us something about the development of technology, over several centuries.

At the museum there are archives and a library where you can find information about the persons behind the technologies, and the environments in which they were used.

Visit the museum

You do not need to book your visit in advance. Generally, the museum is most crowded in the mornings, so we recommend you plan your class visit for an afternoon.


School programmes (in Swedish)

Senast uppdaterad: 2015-11-05

Getting here

Museivägen 7, Stockholm
Bus 69 to Museiparken

Beautiful walking and cycle paths along Djurgårdsbrunnskanalen.

Hours and admission

10 am–5 pm
Wednesdays until 8 pm

0–6 yrs: free | 7–19 yrs: SEK 100
Adults: SEK 150

Online and other discounts


Tekniska museet
Box 27842 | SE 115 93 Stockholm
+46 8 450 56 00
Weekends + 46 8 450 56 70


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