The Swedish Army Museum, or Armémuseum in Swedish, exhibits Swedens military history from the Vikings to the present.
The displays include weapons, trophies and other objects related to the Swedish Army, and also focus on the recreation of realistic and representative scenes of the great battles and its soldiers.
The flags and trophies of defeated armies are put on display in a special department of the Swedish Army Museum.
The building it self was constructed in 1867 as an artillery arsenal, but was already in 1877 to be converted into an Artillery Museum. Since 1932 the Armémuseum in Stockholm represents the whole Swedish Army
The Swedish Army Museum at Flickr
Videos from Armémuseum
Swedish troops returning from Afganistan are recieved by the Minister of Defence at The Swedish Army Museum in Stockholm, December 2009.
Riddargatan 13. See map below.
Bus: Bus 47, 69 to Nybroplan
Tel: (+46) (0)8 51956300