Scandinavia House

Scandinavia House

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58 Park Ave., New York, NY 10016 | (212) 779-3587, United States
Scandinavia House Museum in Manhattan NYC
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The Scandinavia House is New York City's one-stop shop for all things Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, and Icelandic. The calendar of this multipurpose building is jam-packed with an impressive array of activities: exhibitions, film screenings, lectures, concerts, performances, children's programming, and even language classes, for the nerdiest of Scandiphiles. The boutique in back carries a selection of goodies, from jewelry to handcrafted toys, all from Nordic designers. But perhaps the most appealing draw here in Smörgås Chef, a popular restaurant on the ground floor that serves all the classics: don't miss the Swedish meatballs with lingonberries and the gravlax with mustard sauce.

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