Skansen

Freya Godfrey
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Settlement-Neighbourhood Settlement-Village

One of the most interesting places to go in Stockholm, Skansen is an open-air museum – in fact, the oldest of its kind in the world – that recreates what Sweden would have looked like in the past. Historic buildings have actually been brought here from all over Sweden to give visitors a unique insight into olden-times daily life. And there are even people working in the traditional businesses that have been recreated, so you can enjoy a pint from a 1700s pub, buy something sweet to eat from an 1870s bakery, or sit down for a meal in an 1880s restaurant. There’s also a church, children’s zoo, farmstead and more. Image by LubosHouska from Pixabay
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  • Skansen, Djurgårdsslätten 49-51, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden
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    Prices for Skansen
    Category Price Restrictions
    Standard 200.00 SEK
    Students 200.00 SEK
    Kids 70.00 SEK Under 15
    Seniors 200.00 SEK
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