Getting here

The National Museum of Science and Technology is beautifully situated on the northern part of Djurgården next to Gärdet, not far from Kaknästornet. The easiest way to get here is by public transport. There is also parking available.

Deviating travel times

Between July 1 – 3, the music festival Lollapalooza is arranged on Gärdet and the festival will affect the traffic to the museum.

On July 1 – 3, the bus line 69 will be canceled from 17:30. Passengers are referred to tram line 7 or line 67 to Djurgården.

For those who travel by car, most of the roads will be closed and therefore visitors will not be able to travel by car from June 30 to July 4. Visitors are directed to bus 69 during the day, or tram line 7 which stops at Djurgårdsbron. From there, it is only a 10-12 min walk to the museum.

Visiting address

Tekniska museet, Museivägen 7 (scroll down for map).

By bus

Take Bus 69 from the Central Station (Klarabergsviadukten) in the direction “Blockhusudden” and get off at the stop “Museiparken”. To plan your journey, please use the Stockholm Public transport Journey Planner.

Parking for cars

There is limited parking outside the museum. Should the car park be full, you can also park by the National Maritime Museum next door. There is even more parking available at the Källhagens värdshus further down the road.

Parking for visitors with special permits

Outside the museum’s main entrance, there is one parking space for visitors with special parking permit and two more just opposite the museum.

Parking for chartered busses

Bus parking is available at marked out spaces on the Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen and at Kaknästornet.

Last updated 21 June 2022.