The government’s reform of the free admission into some of the state museums are proposed to be implemented from February next year, but the National Museum reschedules the free entrance. The reform will come into force from January 1, when it also introduced in the museum’s exhibition rooms at the Art Academy in Stockholm. The next day introduced the free entrance also the National Museum of Design at the Cultural City Theatre.
“Since there are relatively small activities we pursue in our temporary premises so we are able to switch at short notice”, says Berndt Arell, senior curator at the National Museum, in a press release.
The following museums covered by the reform: Army Museum, Ethnographic Museum, Air Force Museum in Linköping, Hallwyl Museum, History Museum, Royal Academy. Coin Cabinet, the Royal Armoury, the Naval Museum in Karlskrona, the Museum, the Modern Museum in Stockholm and Malmö, the National Museum, the Natural History Museum, the Maritime Museum, Skokloster Castle, the National Centre for Architecture and Design, Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg and the East Asian Museum.