Wondrous things in Villa Curiosa, illustration by Alexander Jansson.
Now on display
Now on display
Villa Curiosa
A wondrous exhibition for children.

Villa Curiosa

Villa Curiosa is temporarily closed to avoid the spread of covid-19

As a precaution, Nationalmuseum has closed the exhibition Villa Curiosa until March 24, since there are small and cramped spaces in the exhibition and many surfaces and objects that visitors are allowed, and invited, to touch.

Behind the door you will find a wondrous home, filled with collected memories, odd things and amazing artworks. Who lives here?

The one who is looking will find traces and clues. Maybe it is more than one person? Who has made the drawings? Whose the jacket in the cabinet?

Welcome to the Villa Curiosa!

For children 6–11 years and their curious adults.

Opening hours: 11–16.45

For adults: 16.15–16.45

Free admission.


Pietro Antonio Rotari, Girl Looking through a Telescope
Wondrous things in Villa Curiosa, illustration by Alexander Jansson.

Scenography and artistic design: Luise Midtgaard

Drawings in the girl's drawing pad: Kristian Berglund

Oil painting in the library (copy of the girl with binoculars): Johan Patrickny

Illustration / fund wall outside the exhibition: Alexander Jansson