We are closed

The museum's exhibition hall is closed. We are building permanent exhibitions, set to open Spring 2024. During this time you can see a mini-exhibition with Viking Age coins that bear witness to historic contacts between Sweden and Ukraine.

Reopening spring 2024

Discover money and economics – past, present and future. New permanent exhibitions are under way. Welcome in spring 2024!

Historic contacts with Ukraine

Did you know that there have been historic contacts between the areas we now call Sweden and Ukraine? This summer, you can see objects from our collections that bear witness to these contacts. Find the mini-exhibition in the entrance hall of The Swedish History Museum in the same building as us. On view through January 7, 2024.

Photo: Ola Myrin, The Economy Museum/SHM.

650 000 objects

The museum's collections consist of approximately 650 000 objects, including one of the world's first coins, the first banknotes and the heavy tin coins, which are the world's largest coins.

What is numismatics?

Explore coins, banknotes, medals and various means of payment, in the collections of the Economy Museum.

Calculate the monetary value

What does a salary in the nineteenth century correspond to in today's money value?

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