Visiting a museum should be fun, really fun! At this museum you get to touch, feel, taste and try things you’ve never tried before.
Dip your finger in liquid metal, hold a giant African snail in your hand, experience the potent smell form an angry skunk, challenge your fear of heights in Virtual Reality, try out the world’s smallest cell phone, and much more.
From the 5th of April to the 14th of April we are open daily. See exact opening hours under ”Frequently Asked Questions” below.
Smell the worst scent of the animal kingdom. Shake the rattle on a rattlesnake. Stand on a real ostrich egg.
Challenge your fear of heights in Virtual Reality.
See the elongated skulls from the paracas culture or touch a shrunken head from the head-hunting jívaro tribes.
Stand on an Indian foot mat and see if you are as durable as a Hindu ascetic.
Pick up the lightest material in the world or dip your finger in liquid metal. Say hello to our social, japanese robots.
Hold a dental fossil from Megalodon and T-Rex or feel the sharp clone from a Velociraptor.
Taste our exciting collection of sweets and snacks from around the world.
Taste food from other cultures, such as mealworms or fried grasshoppers from Mexico.
Our giant African snails are curious about themselves. Do you dare to hold on to one?
How much is it? Can I just come by?
The price is 195 kr for adults. 175 kr for children under 18 years of age, students and pensioners. Little children who stay in strollers the whole visit do not need a ticket. You can purchase tickets at the museum, but it is recommended to do it beforehand as we are sometimes sold out. We only accept payment by card.
Is the museum only for kids?
Absolutely not. Children certainly enjoy the museum, but so do adults.
Do you have an age limit?
We have no age limit, but children under the age of 6 often find it difficult to appreciate the museum. We expect parents to keep children under supervision. There are things in the exhibition that are fragile.
We are open 16.00 – 19.00 on weekdays, 10.00 – 18.00 on Saturdays and 11.00 – 17.00 on Sundays. Last bookable time slot is one hour before closing.
Opening hours during the Easter Holiday:
5th and 6th of April, 10:00 – 19:00
7th of April (Good Friday), 11:00 – 17:00
8th of April (Holy Saturday) 10:00 – 18:00
9th of April (Easter Sunday) 11:00 – 17:00
10th of April (Easter Monday) 11:00 – 17:00
11th – 14th of April 10:00 – 19:0
Where are you located?
The museum is located close to Avicii Arena and Tele2 Arena in southern Stockholm. Our address is Arenaslingan 3. Closest subway stations are Globen and Gullmarsplan. If you come by car, the shopping center that we are located at offers two hours of free parking.