Dansmuseet – Museum of Movement
Dansmuseet is the world’s first museum of dance and movement. The founder Rolf de Maré (1888–1964), travelled all over the world collecting artefacts and documenting dance in all its various forms. Dansmuseet houses this unique collection of authentic costumes, instruments, sculpture, puppets, photographs and masks from the dance cultures of Asia, Africa and North America. Also included is a rich collection of items from the Ballets Suédois, a Swedish dance ensemble in Paris directed by de Maré in the 1920s.
Bistro & Wine Bar Rolf de Maré
Welcome to Bistro & Wine Bar Rolf de Maré. We offer French and scandinavian classics, lighter meals and pastries. The perfect place to enjoy after a visit to the museum. Read more.
New Museum Director
From war to dance
Eva-Sofi Ernstell has been chosen as the new director of Dansmuseet in Stockholm. She is currently the director of the Swedish Army Museum, Ernstell will assume her new role at Dansmuseet January 1st, 2017. Read more.
Explore for free
Dansmuseet is located on Drottninggatan 17, in the heart of central Stockholm. Leave the noise of the city behind you and explore the museum’s collection for free.
Book a guided tour
Book a private guided tour for something fun to do with colleagues, friends or family. We offer a range of guided tours at Dansmuseet, from professional tours to more relaxed guided viewings for parents and children. We do provide exhibition tours in Swedish, English and French. Read more
Thursday January 19th the museum closes at 15.00 due to an event.
Noir & Blanc 70 SEK.
Free admission under age 18.
Free admission to the museum’s collection.
111 51 Stockholm
Rolf de Maré Study Center
Library, archives and video archive. Please contact us to make an appointment:
In the museum shop you will find a large selection of dance DVD’s in addition to books, souvenirs and gifts. The shop is open the same hours as the museum. Welcome!
Welcome to Bistro & Wine Bar Rolf de Maré on Drottninggatan 15. We offer French and Scandinavian classics, lighter meals and pastries. The perfect place to enjoy after a visit to the museum.