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Photo: Sofia Qvarnström

Bring your kids to the museum!

Looking at art together with children is often an eye-opening experience! Our family activities encourage children and adults to experience art and be creative together. We offer exciting and interesting activities for visitors of all ages. Activities to get you thinking and maybe even talking about what art might be.

You’ll find changing stations and also baby carriers to borrow at the museum. You’re welcome to bring a stroller into the galleries unless otherwise advised.

Our artworks are sensitive and they may not be touched, so hold hands with small children as you walk through the galleries. You’ll always find museum hosts on hand, so feel free to talk with them if you have any questions or thoughts about the art on display.

See you soon!

Our family activities

Family Workshop

Welcome to our Family Workshops on the last Sunday of each month. Kids and adults create together with inspiration from the current exhibitions. Each workshop has a unique theme based on the exhibitions on display.

For children from 4 and up in the company of an adult. Drop-in 11.15–15 on each occasion. Limited number of participants, no advance booking required. Free admission.

Guided tours for families

This activity is temporarily closed.

Holiday activities

Welcome to our Workshop for activities during school holiday periods. We gather inspiration from the exhibitions and experiment together with different materials in the Workshop.

For children from 4 and up in company with an adult. Drop-in at 11.15–15.00 on each occasion. Limited number of participants, no advance booking required. Free admission!

Calendar

Guided Tours for Babies

This activity is temporarily closed.

Baby painting

This activity is temporarily closed.

Two women carrying their babies standing in exhibition room.
Photo: Sanna Dolck Wall/Moderna Museet
Woman and small child in front of photographs.
Photo: Sanna Dolck Wall/Moderna Museet

Published 19 October 2015 · Updated 21 September 2021