Stockholm's Nordic Museum is an ancient and modern museum, where exhibits cover all aspects of Nordic countries. From ancient historical relics to modern home design and advanced industrial civilization, it is a rare Museum reflecting the history and culture of Nordic Europe. It can't be missed because of its rich exhibits and comprehensive collection.
The Nordic Museum is one of the most important museums in Stockholm. The main exhibition here is the historical relics and cultural landscapes of Nordic countries, which is the essence of Nordic culture. The rich collection and exquisite cultural relics make tourists linger and forget to return. Especially the hollowed-out crowns made of several pieces of gold are really valuable and exquisite.
The Museum recommended by Five Stars is located on a small island called Zoo Island in Stockholm. It exhibits some life and historical collections of Sweden and Scandinavia from 1520 to now. It includes furniture, scenes of life, houses, kitchens and dining scenes. I know this kind of museum is very boring for many tourists, but I think it can let tourists know the development, history and living conditions of a new city in a short period of time. The museum's successor is dedicated to exhibiting some aspects of Nordic middle-class and urban life, so there are many such exhibits. In a word, the collection is very rich, and there are scenes simulating aurora.
Not very big, very delicate, collect Nordic life and cultural goods from the royal to the people since ancient times, there are also Nordic home design and supplies exhibition on the fourth floor. The furniture of the early upmarket society is in fact very similar to that of France, somehow later turned to a practical and simple style.
Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and the largest city in Nordic islands. Its urban area is located on 14 islands and a peninsula. More than 70 bridges unite these islands, so it enjoys the reputation of "Venice of the North". This is also the home of Nobel. There is a huge banquet hall in the city hall. Banquet hall also has the reputation of "Blue Hall". December 10 is Nobel's death day every year. On this day, after the award of the Nobel Prize, the King and Queen of Sweden will hold a grand banquet for the Nobel Prize winners in the banquet hall to express warm congratulations. Today, it has become the lifelong pursuit and goal of many experts in the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine, economics and literature in the world. There is also a hall called the "Golden Hall" in the city hall. The hall is about 25 meters deep. The walls are inlaid with 18 million pieces of gold about one centimeter square. Under the bright light, numerous halos are covered with brilliant gold. In the meantime, there are also murals made up of various small pieces of colored glass. Above the large murals on the central wall sits a graceful Lake Merlaren goddess. There are still two groups of characters under the goddess's feet, approaching her from the left and right sides, one group on the right is Europeans, and the other group on the left is Asians. Some of the colleagues had sharp eyes, and soon found a Chinese dressed in Qing Dynasty clothes, which attracted everyone to come forward and watch. This mosaic mural symbolizes Stockholm, which was born by the combination of Lake Meron and the Baltic Sea. It is a beautiful place for human beings to yearn for. It is not only a masterpiece of art combining realism with romanticism, but also a treasure of the town hall.
Tickets should be 100 kroner per person. The price includes headphones. As long as the infrared display is pointed at the location where you want to listen to the explanation, there is an introduction about this part. I think it's worth going in. It shows the life of Sweden's early people. The dishes with swans on that table really shocked me. What a luxury! The building itself is also atmospheric, magnificent, and its internal structure is brilliant. Recommend!
It's near the Vasa Museum. It's not very big, but you can learn about the history of the Nordic people.
It seems that we have passed by. We don't have time to visit it. We should be near the Vasa Museum. There are many museums there. But we don't know much about the history of Nordic Europe. Museums are not very meaningful. The architecture itself is very grand. Nordic style is always the same.