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In Sweden, museums are anything but boring and stuffy. The Nobel Museum, for example, is small but delightful, and surprisingly high-tech. The Museum of Modern Art not only has Bacons and Warhols on display but also progressive video art; and the Vasa Museum uses modern techniques to portray life on a medieval Viking ship. These are 3 top Stockholm museums in a nutshell.
For a small capital, Stockholm has quite a lot to offer culturally. There are dozens of museums in all imaginable categories, from classic and modern art to science and Vikings. When the sun refuses to shine, there is still plenty to do. If you are planning to visit several museums, it’s advisable to get a Stockholm Card, which gives you unlimited public transport and access to more than 80 museums and attractions for 1, 2, 3 or 5 days.