Alcohol museum in former naval building Museum of Spirits - Museum in Stockholm, Sweden

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Djurgårdsstrand 9, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden



+46 8 121 313 00

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4.00 (1310 reviews)


  • Crowd
    • Family friendly
  • Amenities
    • Toilets
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • Restaurant
    • Gender-neutral toilets
  • Accessibility
    • Wheelchair-accessible lift
    • Wheelchair-accessible toilet
    • Wheelchair-accessible car park
    • Wheelchair-accessible entrance


  • 5Ryan F. 3 months ago
    It provides a brief introduction the history and creation process of spirits, mainly vodka and gin. On the day I visited the museum, there was a newly launched gin for tasting as well! There is also a bar in the museum. I ordered a gin tasting set, which includes one glass of genever, pink gin, barrel-aged gin and a tonic. Apart from the one I order, there is another tasting set with spirits that are more Swedish. All in all, I would recommend this museum for all alcohol lovers.

  • 5Rohan P. 3 months ago
    Good history of brewery, how different types of alcohol made. You get to experience the fragrance of various ingredients used.

  • 5Johannes T. 4 months ago
    Great museum and restaurant at a beautiful location

  • 5Michael L. 5 months ago
    Rhum tasting (paired with Chocolate) followed by tour (mostly about Gin) and then some drinks is a must while in Stockholm.

  • 5Norbert A. 1 year ago
    Expect some fine history of alcoholic beverages ;) take pictures, enjoy smell samples of different alcohols and additives. You can also buy samples of the alcohols with the entrance ticket.

  • 5Daria S. 2 years ago
    One of the coolest place in Stockholm, and a must visit. Right now they have an exhibition on Absolut and cider! There is a regular exhibition about drinking culture in Sweden and what goes into making Absolut . Don't forget to visit their restaurant! I had one of the best lunches there ever :)

  • 3MakeUp S. 6 months ago
    An interesting museum that allows you to smell a lot of different varieties of beverages. It's a bit small and unfortunately you can't taste any of the drinks that you read about

  • 3luciano p. 7 months ago
    Nice museum. Offers some interactive activities and a tasting menu at the end.

  • 3Patricia Ström G. 4 months ago
    It's quite a small museum. I was glad there was an amazing art exhibiting to compliment; otherwise, we would have found it too small and uneventful.

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Last updated: 2022-04-24