Great park for looking some typical animal and all the scandinavian life. A complete visit of this park is about 2-3hours. In the middle of the park you can seat with your childs and eat something. Prices are very cheaper.
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About Skansen Open-Air Museum
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It seems to be in another town, in another time. It is absolutely incredible: a piece of Swedish life, with animals and buildings and curiosities about the life in the past centuries.
From the play areas and animals for the children to the historic homesteads for the adults the Skansen is a winner. Although personally not a fan of animals being kept in confined captivity (except for preservation purposes) the animals are afforded a modest degree of...More
We waited a fair bit of time to see the black bear who came out to snack on a moose ribcage, but what made the day was talking to a silversmith, watching a glassblower create a bowl, eating a old-fashioned freshly baked cinnamum roll and...More
Really enjoyed this living museum, depicting farms, homes, and shops throughout Swedish history. We also visited the zoo there...saw my first Reindeer and Moose! Enjoyed the cultural events...folk dancing/singing. Waterfalls, ponds, it was lovely! Felt like I understood the cultural history of Sweden after this...More
really good open air museum of Swedish life in 1800's. Loads of buildings, some manned with people in period costumes. Bakers, farms, general stores etc. Small animal area with Swedish animals, wolves, bears. elk. We were there for 3 hours, so great value
Mixing old Nordic traditions (e.g house, way of living, arts) and animals from that region, the Skansen park is almost located downtown Stockholm and reachable by antic cable cars or more modern public transportation. The park is very well maintained and you can really feel...More