Moderna Museet in Stockholm has one of Europe's foremost collections of art from the twentieth century to today, featuring works by artists including Picasso, Dali, Derkert and Matisse.
The museum's large collections and temporary exhibitions present contemporary art side by side with the modern classics. There are also quite a few items of sculpture set in the grounds surrounding the museum.
I spent several hours on a beautiful autumn day at the Museum and I really loved it. I rolled myself there from Stockholm Central Station and I must say that the access is pretty easy.
The Museum is located on Skeppsholmen island, a setting of natural beauty. The building was designed by Spanish architect Rafael Moneo and it is fully wheelchair friendly.
Spaces are well lit and open, all doors open automatically. There are no thresholds or other barriers in the building, lifts and wheelchair friendly toilets are available on all floors.The staff are super friendly and can guide you around if you want to. Only if you want to.
A very cosy coffee shop/restaurant with a lovely view of Djurgården and Strandvägen will complement your visit there. A gorgeous spot to fika.
It also has a nice gift shop and lockers are available for storing personal items.
If you are hanging around Stockholm and happen to be a wheelchair user, Moderna Museet may be one of the best and accessible hang out there is. The place is all lovely.
You can't go wrong. Go there, hang out, and have a good time folks X
+46 8 5202 3500 Slupskjulsvägen 7, 111 49 Stockholm, Sweden