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I went to Junibacken after 4 o'clock and just caught the last train ride! Even though I went with no kids and I am probably too old, I just wanted to see the storytrain. And it was absolutely worth it! You are sitting in this...More
Junibacken was a great experience for young and old today. There were no lines of people to contend with and our 3 year old grandson really enjoyed the different play areas! As a grand parent I really appreciated the train ride through history even though...More
I loved reading Astrid Lindgren's Pippi Longstocking and I desperately wanted to visit and see Junibacken when I went to Eurovision in 2016. I was not disappointed and neither was my 7 year old son. We enjoyed the train ride the most, the entire experience...More
We had heard so muck good about Junibacken, and longed to go there.
We had a fantastic train ride listening to Astridscalm and beautiful voice. We recommend this ride for anyone, any age.
But the rest is exaggerated, and is not worth visiting.
Junibacken is mostly suitable children under school age. There are several great playground rooms but it's hard to play when kids of all age rush each other and all places. Opposite to playgrounds, story train is suitable for older. Start is easy but going to...More
We took our 2 year old son - it was a great day for him and certainly beat some of the alternatives we would have picked.
There is an arts and craft area, a couple of play areas which are really cool, a train story...More
Me and my friend (both early thirties) decided to visit as we both loved Astrid Lindgren in our childhood. Little did we know that we would have an absolut blast!
The "museum" has been built wonderfully thoughtful and the story train was absolutely adorable! Kids...More
We visited with my Pippi loving six year old and I paid the €65 to get in. We were given no information at the desk aside from the earliest time we could go on the story train.
The stories play area is nice but quite...More
This was our first visit to the children’s theme park. If you don’t have children, you probably won’t appreciate it but if you do, it is magical.
On entry you are given a time slot for Atrid Lindgren’s Story Train. While you’re waiting (we had...More
The live Pippi performance was fun even for kids who don’t speak Swedish. The story train was also good. The rest of the place is mostly for kids under 6.
I wish there was more about Astrid Lindgren person and life
The island of Djurgården and its northern mainland extension, Djurgårdsbrunn, impress with a mix of nature and an abundance of museums, while being located in walking distance to Stockholm’s city center. Djurgården not only invites visitors to take endless walks through a beautiful park landscape without having to leave the city, but also offers an incredible range of entertainment facilities, such as
an open air museum which specializes in the Swedish way of life pre-industrialization, the renowned Vasa Museum with its legendary sailing ship, and Sweden’s most famous amusement park Gröna Lund, which is more than a 100 years old.
With a young kid you might stay longer than 2 hours, especially if they make friends with other kids and want to play: there are plenty of things to do for them there. They might not want to leave! :-)