Here you find answers to some of the most common questions before your visit. Do not hesitate to contact us in the form below if you can’t find what you are looking for.
The Viking Museum is located on Djurgården in Stockholm. In Wasahamnen on Djurgårdsvägen 48.
Tram No. 7 – Get off at Liljevalchs/Gröna lund and then walk down to Wasahamnen.
Bus 67 – Get off at Liljevalchs/ Gröna lund and then walk down to Wasahamnen.
Go to Karlaplan, here you can either take bus 67 or walk. The walk approximately takes 15 minutes.
The Djurgårds ferry – Get off at Allmänna gränd and then walk towards Wasahamnen/ Galärvsparken.
Ressel (M/S Emelie) – Get off at Allmänna gränd and then walk to Wasahamnen / Galärvarvsparken.
Walk – Walk along Strandvägen and turn right onto Djurgårdsbron. Continue past the Nordic museum.
Unfortunately, The Viking Museum has no parking spaces. Djurgården offers a few parking spaces. Instead, we recommend going by bus/ferry/tram or walking to The Viking Museum. Click here for further instructions on how to reach us at The Viking Museum.
What is the entrance fee at The Viking Museum?
Our entrance fee is 159 kr for adults, 119 kr for children 139 for senior and students. Children under the age of 7 go in free of charge.
Can I pay with cash in the entrance on The Viking Museum?
We do not take cash. In the entrance, the shop, and the restaurant you can pay with card or Swish.
Can we buy tickets to The Viking Museum in advance?
Yes. You can buy your tickets to The Viking Museum in advance. After your purchase you will get the tickets sent to you digitally.
Is Ragnfrid’s saga included in the entry price?
Yes. Ragnfrids saga is included in the entry price.
The viking ride
What is the viking ride?
Ragnfrid’s saga is a Viking ride where you get to follow along on a trip to the Viking Age. The journey begins at Frösala Farm with Ragnfrid and her husband Harald. Then you get to follow on a journey and witness plundering in the west and slave trade in the east. With sound, light and atmospheric environments you travel through the 11-minute journey that is told by Ragnfrid herself.
Ragnfrid’s saga is offered in the following languages: Swedish, English, Russian, Finnish, Chinese, Spanish, Italian, French and German.
Is the viking ride scary?
The viking ride can be perceived as scary by some, therefore we recommend children under the age of 7 to go with an adult.
In which language can I hear Ragnfrid’s saga?
Ragnfrids saga is offered in the following languages: Swedish, English, Russian, Finnish, Chinese, Spanish, Italian, French and German.
Can we take the ride multiple times?
Can I go on the ride with a wheelchair?
Wheelchairs are not available to be brought onboard the ride, but one of the carts has a foldable side which makes it easier to move from the wheelchair to the wagon. In the wagon you must sit with bent legs
How wheelchair-friendly is The Viking Museum?
An elevator is available to move between floors.
Food and drinks
Is it possible to eat at The Viking Museum?
Our restaurant at The Viking Museum is called Glöd. They serve everything from salads and coffee to the rustic Viking pan. And of course, mead is available for anyone who wants to try!
Can I visit resturant Glöd without paying the entrance to the museum?
You are very welcome to visit our resurant Glöd without paying the entrance fee. The same goes for our museum shop.
Can I bring my dog to The Viking Museum?
Due to allergies and the animal’s wellbeing, they are not allowed in the museum.
Can I park my car near The Viking Museum?
The Viking Musuem has no parking spaces. Djurgården offers a few parking spaces. Instead, we recommend to go collectively or stroll out to The Viking Museum. Click here for further instructions on finding The Viking Museum.
Is The Viking Museum located indoors or outdoors?
All activities take place indoors at The Viking Museum.
Can we hang our outerwear anywhere?
At The Viking Museum we have a cloakroom with both hangers and lockers.