Your visit

We are so glad you are planning to visit us! Here is everything you need to know before your visit to the museum.

Admission fees

From January 1, 2023, The National Museums of World Culture will reintroduce admission fees for adults. An annual pass costs SEK 250 and entitles you to free visits to all four Museums of World Culture for one year from the date of purchase. Annual passes can be purchased via Tickster or on site at the museums. Read more about the annual pass here.

A day ticket costs SEK 150 and can be purchased at the museum. 

Some of the museum's programme activities and some special exhibitions sometimes require a ticket. This is always mentioned in the information about each activity and exhibition.

Free admission

Free admission applies to children up to 19 years of age. If you are 19 or older, you are required to purchase an annual pass or day ticket.

The museum also offers free admission on Wednesdays 14:00-17:00

It is also free for asylum seekers with a valid LMA card from the Swedish Migration Agency. Free admission also applies to members of ICOM or Swedish Museums on presentation of a valid card.


The Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities is located in Skeppsholmen, in the city of Stockholm. You can reach the museum by bus 65 from Centralen (Vasagatan). Get off at the stop at the East Asian Museum. One alternative is to walk from the subway (Kungsträdgården stop). You can find the museum on the left side after crossing the bridge to Skeppsholmen.


Parking spaces are located in front of the museum and behind the Modern Museum in Skeppsholmen.

Free Internet Connection

We offer our visitors free Wi-Fi. Please ask for login details at our reception.


You can shoot pictures without using flash, a tripod and selfie stick. Please share your pictures in social media channels.Please contact the reception if you plan to shoot pictures for commercial use.

Bags and storage

Backpacks, larger bags (or equivalent) and umbrellas are to be kept in the storage cabinet for visitors' safety. Cabinets are located adjacent to the entrance of the museum, no coins needed.

Children Carts and Baby Changing Facilities

It is permitted to bring in a stroller to the museum, and we dedicate a stroller parking space between our shop and the closets section. It is not possible to lock the wagons. There is a changing room available for infants/babies as well as restrooms.


Only guide dogs are permitted to be in the premises. Do not leave your pet tied at the entrance of the museum.

Guided Tours

The museum offers weekly viewings which are open to everyone. It is always good to book your own viewing session with the museum's educators if you are a group visiting the museum.Read more about viewings and how to book.


The museum's shop features various products that are produced by Japanese and Chinese manufacturers. Here you will find bowls, jewellery and books. You are welcome to visit the shop only.Here you will find the shop's page.


Here you can find information about accessibility in the museum.

Do You Have Any Questions?

Please contact us if you have any other questions!
The Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities Reception: 010-456 12 97
Email: info@ostasiatiskamuseet.se