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Sigtuna Museum

Sigtuna Stories

Different stories about different people from different times and different places.

The exhibition Sigtuna Stories tells the story of Sigtuna municipality from the Stone Age until today. The first part covers the time from the age of the first seal hunters, the founding of Sigtuna in the late Viking Age, until the height of clerical power in the 14th century. The second part investigates the different methods and reasons why people have come to Sigtuna and looks at the history of local trades and everyday life of people from all strands of life. Sigtuna Stories end with the stories of present day people in the municipality, their hopes for the future and their thoughts of what we may leave behind us for the future.


The studio is always open for your creativity. You can also try the orange trail for kids from the age of 3 and upwards!

Hours & fees

January 1 – June 30, Tuesday – Sunday, 12-16.

Closed Midsummers Eve and Midsummers Day June 21-22.

July 1 – August 31, open all week, 12-16.

September 1 – December 31, Tuesday – Sunday, 12-16.

Closed Christmas Eve and Chrismas Day and New Years Eve and New Years Day.

Free entry October -April.

Entry fee 100 kr for everyone over 18 May – September.

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Through the eyes of an archaeologist

Follow Sigtuna Museums’s talented archaeologists on an archaeological tour of Sigtuna.

Contact Sigtuna Museum on telephone +46(0)8-591266 70 for more information.

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