Experience a mysterious night at the Nordic Museum during the autumn holidays

By on October 20, 2019
The Nordic Museum's large hall lights in blue during Night at the Nordic Museum. Photo: Emma Fredriksson / Nordic Museum

For the tenth year, the Nordic Museum organizes the popular children’s and family activity Night at the Nordic Museum. October 29th and 31st, families with children and Halloween celebrants are invited to a unique, interactive museum experience after closing.

The door is locked, the lights are off and the staff has gone home. Or? There is something magical about the old museum building. Rumor has it that everything comes alive during the night …

During two autumn holiday evenings, adventurous visitors get the chance to follow exciting excursions in a closed Nordic museum, which begins to live after dark.

The theme of Night at the Nordic Museum changes from year to year, and in the fall the event is inspired by the museum’s new exhibition in the Arctic – while the ice melts. Night hikers can expect thawed epidemics, a despotic king, missing children and ghastly Arctic myths.

– During Night at the Nordic Museum, the story comes to life for one evening. It’s like traveling in a magical time machine! The visitor gets to meet the past and knowledge is conveyed in an exciting and engaging way. An experience beyond the ordinary where reality usually exceeds the poem, says Lena Bergqvist, program producer at the Nordic Museum.

Night at the Nordic Museum is recommended from 6 years. More information can be found in the calendar on the Nordic Museum’s website. Tickets for Night at the Nordic Museum are sold exclusively through Ticketmaster.

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