I have never been to such an incredible modern art museum EVER. I went here on an impromptu 'first date vacation' with my boyfriend. There was an awesome Duchamp and Picasso exhibit and tons of selections from other contemporary artists. The most striking exhibit was a collection of Hilma Af Klint's work. This Swedish woman is a pioneer of abstract art and depicts many philosophical, scientific, and religious themes throughout her paintings. 20 years after her death in the 40s her art was finally revealed to the public. Overall, this museum is absolutely one of the best I've ever visited. Worth it.
Good exhibits, garden, and restaurant. I enjoyed the Fantastic Paradise outside the museum very much. The sculptures by Niki de Saint Phalle and Jean Tinguely are fun to look at. The restaurant has good food and great view of Stockholm. Architecture museum is right next door.
If you’re a lover of pop art and contemporary art, the collection at the Moderna Museum is sure to make you happy. There’s a collection of Andy Warhol, including his films from 1960. Some of the works of Picasso, Salvador Dali and Rauschenberg are also part of the permanent exhibition.
Impressive but small museum featuring mostly 20th century modern art. The current (Nov 2015) temporary exhibition "Reality Machines" by Olafur Eliasson is outstanding. The museum is located on Skeppsholmen Island very close to downtown Stockholm. Entry free with Stockholm card.
Nice and relaxing to stroll through on a slow afternoon. However, I was a little disappointed by the size of the permanent collection - it wasn't that large. Also, be sure to check out what special exhibits are open. I went in between exhibits, so there were two large rooms that were closed for rehanging.
Interesting collection of Modern Art. Contains a good value cafe with views over the city and the Vasa Museum.