Experience The Viking Museum

Where myth meets truth

Welcome to The Viking Museum where you can come eye to eye with the viking age

Many of you already call us The Viking Museum, so we decided to make that our name. Vikingaliv is the Viking Museum in Stockholm. New name, new logo. And in short our new exciting exhibition will be ready for you!

Experience the Viking Age in an exciting and vibrant way. In our interactive exhibition you will find out what living looked like on the farm, while plundering, as a child and much more. Meet Leifur and Estrid- two people who lived during Viking age. Join Ragnfrid’s saga, a captivating Viking ride that brings you to anno 963.

In the exhibition, several guided tours are held daily in Swedish and English. During the weekends, we also have themed tours such as; Runes and Runestones, Women during the Viking Age, The myth of the Viking and many more. Click here to view the daily display schedule. All tours are included in the entrance fee. There is also an audio guide available in the following languages: Swedish, English, German, Finnish, Russian, Chinese, Spanish, Italian and French. If you are a group of more than 10 people, please book your guided tour by clicking here.

Ragnfrid’s saga

Ragnfrid’s saga is a Viking ride where you get to follow along on a trip to the Viking Age. The journey begins at Frösala Farm with Ragnfrid and her husband Harald. Then you proceed to go on a journey where you witness plundering in the west and slave trade in the east. With sounds, light and atmospheric environments you travel through the 11-minute journey that is told by Ragnfrid herself.

Ragnfrids saga is offered in the following languages: Swedish, English, Russian, Finnish, Chinese, Spanish, Italian, French and German.

Good to know about Ragnfrid’s saga

  • We recommend that children under the age of 7 go in adult company as the Viking ride can be considered a bit scary by some.
  • For those with hearing impairment, there are scripts for the Viking ride printed in Swedish and English. Ask for these down in the ride.
  • Wheelchairs are not possible to be brought onboard the ride, but one of the carts has a foldable side which makes it easier to move from the wheelchair to the wagon. In the wagon you must sit with bent legs.

Our archaeologists and guides

Read about our guides and archaeologists

Eric Östergren

Guide and program coordinator

Master’s degree in general archaeology

Eric is a runologist, other than runes and runestones, Eric knows most things about helmets.

Ellen Ingers

Museum host and guide.

Master’s degree in marine archaeology

The marine archaeologist Ellen knows most things about Viking ships, dragon heads and the Viking rides.

Emma van Eelen

Floor manager, Guide and program coordinator

Master’s degree in Osteoarchaeology

What can we really see by looking at bones? This is something that our Osteologist Emma really knows.

Tora Larsdotter Andersson

Floor manager, Guide and program coordinator

Bachelor’s degree in general archaeology.

Tora knows most things about what life looked like for a woman during the Viking age.

Hugo Hambraeus

Museum host and guide

Bachelor’s degree in history

Hugo’s speciality is the myth about the Vikings and how the current image of the Vikings was made.

Askur Ingvaldsson

Museum host and guide

Bachelor’s degree in Scandinavian archaeology

Askur immerses in the Nordic literature’s oldest history; Islandic family tales.

Guided tours

Engage further into the viking age. Guided tours are held every day. Also, do not miss our special themed tours.


Restaurant Glöd

Enjoy food with a modern Nordic feeling and a fantastic view.

Visit our shop

Discover customized souvenirs and unique items.

Questions & answers

Here you can find valuable information before your visit.