Money museum with a vast coin collection Royal Coin Cabinet - Museum in Stockholm, Sweden

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Narvavägen 13-17, 114 84 Stockholm, Sweden



+46 8 519 553 00

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4.20 (155 reviews)

Working Hours

  • Sunday: 11AM to 5PM
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 11AM to 5PM
  • Wednesday: 11AM to 8PM
  • Thursday: 11AM to 5PM
  • Friday: 11AM to 5PM
  • Saturday: 11AM to 5PM


  • Amenities
    • Good for kids
  • Accessibility
    • Wheelchair-accessible car park
    • Wheelchair-accessible entrance


  • 5Madli N. 10 months ago
    Very interesting and nice exhibitions, both in English and in Swedish. So happy that it was also for free and the stuff was super lovely.

  • 5Ruben H. 6 years ago
    Very nice museum. Even more amazing, it's completely free with audio tour which tells you all kinds of stuff you normally wouldn't read. It's really long though, I did not go to the 3rd floor just because I lost concentration from wandering around so long on the other 2 floors.

  • 5Janne H. 5 years ago
    Excellent museum with free entry. Very nice collection of coins (many of which are made of gold), paper money, medals and even some Nobel prizes. Also don't miss the world's largest "coin", the first banknote or the largest form of currency (Rai stone). Free, clean toilets too. :)

  • 4Jan √. 4 years ago
    A very interesting museum för numismatics, coin collectors and medal history. Well worth a visit.

  • 4Andrea D. 5 years ago
    Something to note is that there's a lot of displays without an English translation. You can connect to their WiFi and have the audio guide though. But there's definitely enough without the audio guide to learn a thing or two and just looking at the money is pretty interesting in and of itself.

  • 4Giorgio B. 4 years ago
    A very good collection of specimens from all over the world, covering a great part of the world history of money (both coins and paper). On the upper floor, you also find educational sections aimed primarily to young people and children.

  • 4Certainly NOT the best pianist, but s. 4 years ago
    Nice museum for someone who is interrested in different coins and banknotes. The museum isn't big, but nice and - what's quite important - free. Nothing special but worth seeing if you are nearby

  • 3Lenny S. 5 years ago
    75% of info is not translated into English. The exhibition should represent non-European currencies better. The museum has a good potential, but not there yet. What can one expect from governmental funding :(

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Last updated: 2022-04-24