Adjusting to Sweden being a multicultural society would mean that the narratives expressed by the museum should have changed from what I would like to call a â€ťnation-narrationâ€ť to something that might be expressed as â€ťnon-nation-narrationâ€ť. The outcome of this study shows that the museum did for a short period shift focus in its temporal exhibitions from â€ťnationnarrationâ€ť to other forms of narratives that did not focus on the Swedish nation-state and its history. This was done explicitly to adjust to the shift in the society from what was believed to be a homogenous society to a multicultural society in a global and postcolonial world. But this was a short period in the history of the museum. Today and under pressure in a commercialised and on adventures based society the museum has again turned to the historical master narratives of the Swedish nation-state.