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Buy annual pass – free admission to seven museums!

Become our history fan with the annual pass! Then you can visit us and our six sister museums as many times as you want.

Photo: Daniel Gustafsson, SHM.

Annual Pass Price

The annual pass costs SEK 450.

The Swedish Holocaust Museum and Tumba Paper Mill Museum have free admission during 2024.

No returns on museum admission or annual passes.

Visit our sister museums with the card

The annual pass is valid for all museums included in the National Historical Museums. The pass includes free entry to the museums as well as all permanent and temporary exhibitions. The card can be purchased on-site at the museums' entrances/shops. It is currently not possible to purchase the annual pass online.

The pass includes following museums:

Hallwyl museum

The Hallwyl museum is a former 19th century, the decoration has remained intact until today. It literally plunges you into this sumptuous atmosphere, where modernity took place in the interiors of the Swedish nobility. In addition to the magnificent pieces in this collection, you will appreciate this unique journey through time.

Interior Hallwyl museum
Photo: Ola Myrin, Hallwyl museum/SHM.

The Swedish History Museum

Experience dramatic life stories, power struggles, love, celebration and everyday life from the ice age to the present day. The museum are passionate about the history of Sweden and how history affects society.

 Two children in costume.
Photo: Jens Mohr, The Swedish History Museum/SHM.

Skokloster Castle

One of the world's greatest baroque castles in a beautiful natural setting by Mälaren's shore near Arlanda. Visit the castle's staterooms on your own, or take a guided tour through the beautiful rooms and halls filled with original furniture from various centuries.

Visitors in one of the castle rooms.
Photo: Jens Mohr, Skokloster Castle/SHM.

The Royal Armoury

Magnificent, beautiful costumes and glittering carriages tell of fairytale coronations, weddings and funerals at the Swedish court. Discover one of Sweden’s oldest museums in Gamla stan, the Old Town in the heart of Stockholm.

An adult reads to two children.
Photo: Jens Mohr, The Royal Armoury/SHM.

The Economy museum – Royal Coin Cabinet

The museum is a space for economic learning where the past, present and future come together. The museum's exhibition hall is closed during 2023. The permanent exhibitions is set to open Spring 2024.

Two people are facing each other and talking.
Photo: Jens Mohr, The Economy museum – Royal Coin Cabinet/SHM.

Tumba Paper Mill Museum

The museum tells the story of Sweden's banknote history and the people who lived and worked at the Mill. Swedish banknote paper has been produced at Tumba Mill, just south of Stockholm, since 1755. Free admission to the museum for everyone during 2024.

A person holds up a SEK 1,000 banknote.
Photo: Erik Lernestål, Tumba Paper Mill Museum/SHM.