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Discover the Army Museum

Welcome to Armémuseum – one of Sweden’s best historical museums, with exhibitions on three spacious floors.

Accompany men, women and children on their journey through wartime and peacetime. Take a walk through Swedish history, from 1500 to the present day, among fascinating historical objects and realistic scenes. Experience living conditions for soldiers, their families and the general population.

In the “children’s trail” activity, children can search for clues that lead them to the spoils of war. 

Raoul Wallenberg room

In a mini-exhibition you can get acquainted with the man who saved tens of thousands of people from the Nazis. 


Russian, Polish and Danish banners, and other trophies captured in war, are on display from our main collection. The trophy collection is unique and is part of the global cultural heritage.

Audio Guide

You can access our free audio guide by downloading an app called A Guided Tour. For more information ask at the reception desk. 

Opening hours

Please follow this link to see opening hours of the museum.

Entrance fees 2024

Regular admission: 140 SEK
Retirees: 95 SEK
Students: 95 SEK
Children and youth up to 18 years of age: free admission

Fees can be charged for lectures, certain guided tours, screenings of movies and other types of events.

Finding Armémuseum

Armémuseum is located at Riddargatan 13, in central Östermalm, Stockholm. The nearest metro station is Östermalmstorg, Östermalmstorg/Sibyllegatan exit. You can also take the number 7 Spårväg City tram or buses 69, 52, 76 or 62 to Nybroplan.


In the museum restaurant Artilleriet you can enjoy a well-cooked lunch, delicious pastries, or have a glass of beer or wine.

Museum shop

The museum shop offers something for all ages – toys, presents, souvenirs and many kinds of books.


The museum has lockers in different sizes where you can leave your luggage during your visit. If your bag does not fit you can ask to leave it at the reception desk. The lockers are free of charge.  


Visiting address: Riddargatan 13
Postal address: Box 14095, SE-104 41 Stockholm, Sweden
+46 (0)8 519 563 01

Guided tour bookings
+46 (0)8 519 563 03

Museum manager

Fabian Arnheim
+46 (0)8- 51 95 63 18
mail:  Fabian Arnheim