Saturday, March 25

The show “Hey! Pop music, kicks on clothes “- a monologue with Magnus Uggla comes to the Skandia stage at Circus at 4.30pm and 8pm.
The Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s original musical in Swedish, the title role Phantom is played by Peter Jöback, starts 2.30pm and 7.30pm at Cirkus stage.
Explore Cosplay at the Nordic Museum – Cosplay comes originally from “costume play” and involves using costumes that imitates characters from television shows, movies or games. This year the Swedish championship finals in Cosplay will be at the Nordic Museum. During the day there will be both lectures and movies about the Cosplay cultue. There will also be crafts and fun Nintendo games in the Kids corner, between 10am -5pm.
At 7pm the Swedish Championships in Cosplay starts, ten of Sweden’s best costume creators, compete to win the title “Sweden’s best Cosplayer”, in Swedish Championship. The finals will be broadcast live on Swedish television, between 7pm-11pm.
Go on a tour for kids “Talk about the police” where you can see what the police have for equipment, starting at 12noon at the Police Museum.
Pentathlon at the National Sports Museum. Put your balance, strength, reaction, speed and flexibility to the test in the SportLab – fun and wortwhile for all ages. Make your own memory game in the workshop. From 11am to 4pm.
Story Saturday at the Museum of Ethnography, listen to magical fairy tales and stories from all around the world, starting 1.30pm.
Go on a guided tour of the exhibition ”Nordic lights” at the Nordic Museum, starts at 11am and 2pm.

Sunday, March 26

Chado – the teas way, the artist and priest Gunnel Hillås from the Swedish Church share in words and pictures her experiences of the teas way. The ”Japanese Tea Society” also serves Japanese tea and cookies, starts at 1pm at the Museum of Ethnography.
Explore Cosplay at the Nordic Museum – Cosplay comes originally from “costume play” and involves using costumes that imitates characters from television shows, movies or games. This year the Swedish championship finals in Cosplay will be at the Nordic Museum. During the day there will be both lectures and movies about the Cosplay cultue. There will also be crafts and fun Nintendo games in the Kids corner, between 10am-5pm.Lena Andersson and Dan Wolgers shows the exhibition ”Actualities” and signs the book with texts and pictures from the exhibition, starts at 2pm at the Spirit museum.
Courses in Digital Creation starts at Museum of Science and Technology. Learn how to create 3D graphics and game design in the tool Maya. Choose between a basic course or advanced course, the courses is for you between 13-18 years, starts at 10am (price: 1200 SEK).
Thiel´s Gallery will be participates in Stockholm Art. Cecilia Gottfridsson introduces the exhibition “Artistic blossoming. Art Nouveau at Rörstrand in 1895–1920”. The plays with its sparkling decor is borrowed from computer game developer Markus Dimdal, who was named to this year’s collectors at the Antiques Fair. Flower artist Gunnar Kaj is responsible for the staging of living plants. In the Café Monika Ahlgren there will be small small sandwiches and a glass of wine or sparkling for a special price, from 2pm.
Go on a dramatized family tour “Emergency” at the Police Museum, starting at 3pm.
Pentathlon at the National Sports Museum. Put your balance, strength, reaction, speed and flexibility to the test in the SportLab – fun and wortwhile for all ages. Make your own memory game in the workshop. From 11am to 4pm.
The Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s original musical in Swedish, the title role Phantom is played by Peter Jöback, comes to Cirkus at 3pm.
Go on a magical Circus show at Skansen and see the young stars in Bargehallen, starting at 12noon and 2pm.
Go on a guided tour of the exhibition ”Nordic lights” at the Nordic Museum, starts at 11am and 2pm.

SAVE THE DATE!

April 29Gröna Lund opens for the season!
New this year is a 95 meter high attraction, where you at 90 degrees falling free towards the ground. “Ikaros” will be the second of its kind in the world and is unique in design and layout. From early May to late September there will also be over 50 concerts at Gröna Lund with both international and Swedish artists.
Click here for Gröna Lunds Concert program!

April 29 – Premiere for Vikingaliv – Stockholm’s New Museum About The Viking Age!
Vikingaliv is an adventure and a journey through one of history’s most mythical time periods. On 2,000 square meters on Djurgården, between the Vasa Museum and Gröna Lund Amusement Park, a dramatized tale of the Viking Age, anno 963, is being created.

Monday, March 27

Go on an inspiring tour of The Spirit Museums exhibitions “Sweden: Spirits of a Nation”, “Rocky at the Spirit museum” and “Actualities” starting at 1pm.
Sweden’s best high school students show their research projects in science, technology and mathematics in the Young Scientists big final at the Museum of Science & Technology. The youths compete for great prizes and scholarships – and perhaps the next Nobel Prize winners are here? Between 10am-3pm.

Tuesday, March 28

Sweden’s best high school students show their research projects in science, technology and mathematics in the Young Scientists big final at the Museum of Science & Technology. The youths compete for great prizes and scholarships – and perhaps the next Nobel Prize winners are here? Between 10am-3pm.

Wednesday, March 29

The Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s original musical in Swedish, the title role Phantom is played by Peter Jöback, starts 7.30pm at Cirkus stage.
“The word in the center” with Henry Bronett at the Museum of Ethnography. The evening includes beautiful words, great music, nice people and good food, starts at 6pm (free entry).
Creativity, imagination and creating, an interesting and entertaining evening with the internationally renowned concert pianist, professor and brain researcher Fredrik Ullén. Ullén will both perform with speech and music with associations to Miró. Starts at 6pm at Prince Eugen’s Waldemarsudde.

Go on a guided tour of the exhibition ”Nordic lights” at the Nordic Museum, starts at 5.30pm (free admission).
Lunch Lecture “Health and medical care during the Vega expedition” with Hans Almquist at the Maritime Museum starts at 11.30am.