The Swedish Museum of National Antiquities in Stockholm is one of Sweden’s biggest museums. It carefully traces more than ten thousand years of the country’s history from the Stone Age to Medieval times. It is best known for the Gold Room (Guldrummet) and its enchanting collection of things related to Vikings. The exhibits in the Swedish Museum of National Antiquities are separated into Prehistories, Gold, Vikings, Gothic Hall, and the Textile Chamber. Prehistories exhibits comprisearchaeologicalartefacts’ and prehistoric finds such as anenvelope with a hound’s tooth pattern weave. It is thought to be 2,000 years old, making it Sweden’s oldest conserved garment. The Gold Room houses silver and gold treasures, majority of which come from the era known as Scandinavia’s Gold Age.