The Swedish Medieval Museum is located north of the Royal Palace and is built on the original archaeological excavation site. The museum allows visitors to experience Stockholm in the Middle Ages, where visitors are in houses, workshops, and shops. The medieval Stockholm shown in the museum refers to the period from 1250 to 1520.
There are many exhibits in the museum with a long history and culture.
The Swedish Medieval Museum mainly exhibits some cultural relics and works of art from the European Middle Ages. It has many collections, with sculptures as the main collection. Among them, ancient Greek sculptures, ancient Egyptian mummies, and statues from the Balkans can be found here. This is an important exhibition hall for understanding the ancient history of Europe and it is worth visiting.