Army Museum is a museum depicting the history of Sweden from the Viking era to the present, with emphasis on military history.
Eskilstuna Skarpskyttekår shooting salutes at 15 on the Artillery yard in front of the museum.
Sharpshooter movement was once the second largest popular movement in Sweden after the temperance movement. It was also part of the democratization process in Sweden. Sharpshooter movement was the result of the effect that the Swedish military was too bad. There was also a time of National Romanticism was strong. So it was that when such cultural figures as Lars-Johan Hierta, Viktor Rydberg et al. decided to do something about it and thus started sharpshooter movement was not difficult to recruit members.
Free admission on Tuesdays after 17 !
Adults 80 SEK
Pensioners / Students 50 SEK
Free admission t.om. 19 years
Stockholm, Riddargatan 13
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