Open air museum and Nordic animal zoo great place for children and very educational. As it's open air you need to go on a nice day. There is lots of walking to do, but plenty of places to sit and rest should you need to.
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About Skansen Open-Air Museum
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It's a very big place. Lots to see, including a beautiful rose garden and 19th century buildings that have been restored. We took the tram out, and it stops right in front. We saw wolves, an eagle hawk, pigs, chickens and great views of Stockholm....More
Great sunny day activity. Although, there were a lot of closed parts which are being renovated. Huge cages for nordic animals, so some can not be seen. There is a restaurant, coffee shop and a gift shop. So much to see, lot of walkways, benches...More
If you've never been to Black Creek Pioneer Village in Toronto, or any other pioneer era village, then come see the Swedish equivalent here! The museum is well laid out and it is interesting to see how rope and cloth were once made from raw...More
Even if you are not a museum person this is still a must see place if you are into learning about different cultures, you are interested to travel back in time. This museum is a journey as if you fly and land in different places...More
This is an outdoor museum exhibiting the Swedish way of life. The museum is very large and you could easily spend many hours there. I was determined to have Swedish meatballs before I left Stockholm and there is a very nice cafeteria there. There are...More
We enjoyed this lovely open air museum on a beautiful day in August. I would suggest planning an entire day to enjoy all that this living history museum has to offer. There are different options for eating and lots of fabulous activities for children. There...More