Djurgården is not very large – but is has plenty of space for activities. You can visit museums, attractions, cafés or restaurants. Take a look at Carl XI’s hunting lodge, wander along Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel’s path, Kärleksstigen, or sit under the oak tree where it is reputed that Swedish bard Bellman wrote his famous song “Epistle 25″. It’s easy to explore on foot, or why not hire a bicycle or canoe from the Visit Djurgården Visitor Centre. The map shows most of the tourist attractions, simply click your way around and find something that suits you. This is where your journey begins – enjoy it!
Fall Break at Abba The Museum, it will be lots of activities such as painting your own Abba album cover, crochet your own Abba-cap or have face painting by Abba’s makeup artist. Do not miss the pop storie about Abba written by Björn Ulvaeus (Mon-Fri this week). A night at the Nordic Museum, the gate […]
Fall Break at the Museum of Ethnography with skeleton workshop and stories about the Mexican tradition of ”Day of the Dead”, between 12 noon and 4 pm (Tue-Sun this week).A night at the Nordic Museum, the gate is locked, the lights are off and the staff have gone home, do you dare to go on […]
Guided tour of the exhibition Sugar at 5.30 pm, and there will also be a lecture: Sugar on the brain with Martin Ingvar at the Nordic Museum. New exhibition at the Maritime Museum “Maps and globes – old globes for young explorers,” the exhibition will be opened during the Fall Break. There will also be […]