23 August 19:00
Address: Museivägen 7, 115 27 Stockholm
It is Sweden’s largest museum of technology, and has a national charter to be responsible for preserving the Swedish cultural heritage related to technological and industrial history. Its galleries comprise around 10,000 square meters, and the museum attracts annually about 350, 000 visitors. The collections consist of more than 50,000 objects and artifacts, 600 shelf metres of archival records and documents, 200,000 drawings, 620,000 images and just over 50,000 books. The National Museum of Science and Technology also documents technologies, processes, stories and memoirs in order to preserve them for generations to come.
Etnografiska Museet – The Museum of Ethnography
23 August 19:00
Address: Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 34, 115 27 Stockholm
Through exciting public programmes and exhibitions, the Museum of Ethnography wants to expand the perceptions of various life styles and cultures worldwide. Departing from its abundant collections and their rich provenance, the museum strives to offer knowledge and perspectives for reflection on what it means to be human. By providing interpretations of specific, universal questions, the museum wishes to create receptivity towards the unknown.
The Museum collections contains objects from China, Corea, South- and Southeast Asia, The Pacific, the Americas and Africa. A total of ca 220 000 objects.
The Museum is well served for disabled persons with entrance in ground level and elevators between floors.
*Photo by Världskulturmuseerna