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Experience a magical, delightful day together at Junibacken - children’s cultural centre! Here you discover the world of the book through amazing exhibitions. Come and enjoy the spectacular peculiarities of Villa Villekulla or take a ride on Pippi’s...more
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I only visited this place because the conference I was attending had a banquet here. It is clearly designed for kids but, had I ever heard of the author or read any of her stories when I was a kid it might have been interesting...More
My friend an I traveled from Iceland for a long weekend with our 7 y old daughters, they loved adventuring in Junibacken, we had their scooters outside while visiting the museum and they were there when we got outside. Small, well organized and a lot...More
Remember the fun island on Pinnochio where the boys turned into donkeys? Recently binge watched The Good Place? Then recreate that feeling with Junibacken. It looks magical, the detail is incredible, it seems like it ought to be a great spot to spend hours with...More
A must do in Stockholm, especially if you have young children.
This place is so well designed to be fun for kids and adults that are kids at heart will also enjoy lots as well. So many different areas for them to play and immerse...More
I visited Stockholm several times but this year I went there for the first time with my kids.
For this reason I went for the first time Junibacken.
I was impressed. All the different areas give the visitor a unique experience. The Pippi village shaped...More
we were couple without children visiting this museum. lady at the ticket office smiled a lot while we were paying for the tickets. there are mostly parents with little children in the museum. anyway, museum is worth visiting, although it is dedicated to the children....More
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
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.
Response from ChristinaBurdock | Reviewed this property |
I don't think that it's necessary for your 3yo to know the characters. Maybe it will add more to the experience if you read her a story or show her an episode of Pipi's adventures. You can visit Pipi's house in Junibacken... More
I don't think that it's necessary for your 3yo to know the characters. Maybe it will add more to the experience if you read her a story or show her an episode of Pipi's adventures. You can visit Pipi's house in Junibacken, it might be fun if your kid is alreadyu familiar with it.
However I do think that your 3yo is going to have fun. We visited Skansen as well and we had a great time.
Response from 901sofiad | Reviewed this property |
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! :-)