MORE THINGS TO SEE IN STOCKHOLM
The Naturhistoriska MuseumThe Nature and History Museum remains one of the top attractions in the heart of Stockholm.
Grona Lund Fun ParkRides intersect with each other in this jam packed amusement park found on beautiful Djurgarden Island!
The Nobel MuseumSwede Alfred Nobel had a dream to award some of the greatest minds in our history, and this museum honors them.
GlobenThat big ball you'll always see in the distance when you visit Stockholm? That's the Globen Arena!
KungstragardenGrab a bite from one of the many restaurants nearby and come sit in one of the central squares in Stockholm!
The Nordiska MuseumIf you want to learn about the North and the Swedish way of life, check out the museum that's all about it!
Ulriksdal CastleUlriksdal Castle is a little further from the city centre, but it's a lovely place to have a nice walk and picnic!
Junibacken Kids ParkKids of all ages will have fun playing through different set pieces from the mind of Astrid Lindgren, the creator of Pippi Longstocking!
The Stockholm AquariumAquaria is a small aquarium on the island of Djurgarden, and a place to spend time on a rainy day.
HagaparkenCome out and relax in one of the largest parks in Stockholm! And go to the Butterfly House located inside!
The Medieval MuseumA small but popular museum located next to the Royal Palace downtown! Learn about how life was during the Middle Ages!
NytorgetCome 'people watch' while sipping coffee and eating gelato at the big meeting place on Sodermalm!
The Butterfly MuseumThe Butterfly House is a great place to take the kids on a bad weather day..since it's always tropical in here!
KulturhusetThe House of Culture hosts dozens of cultural events each year, and its playrooms make it a great place to take the kids!
The Army MuseumThe Army Museum is an excellent guide into the military history of Sweden, and it's absolutely free to enter!