Stockholm is extremely child-friendly and it is an ideal city for family visits. Most museums also have children’s corner with special activities. They also often have cafes or restaurants with special menus for the kids . Some of the favorite places for children are Junibacken – the fantastic world of author Astrid Lindgren; the Vasa Museum nearby is child-friendly as well as Grona Lund amusement park and Skansen open-air museum. And if your kids are interested in music, don’t forget a visit to the ABBA museum.
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Each of Gothenburg’s museums presents its own distinctive perspective on the world. Standouts include the Gothenburg Art Museum, where you’ll find what many consider the world’s finest collection of Scandinavian art along with the Hasselblad Center for photographic art
The Röhsska Museum highlights design in all its forms, from industrial works to fashion. Then there’s the dynamic Museum of World Culture, opened in 2004 to rave reviews for its award-winning architecture and its thought-provoking exhibitions focusing on global social and cultural issues.
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Entry fees have been paid and tickets bought. The Stockholm Card lets you devote your entire trip to events and activities without the hassle of booking and buying. Visit an old favorite, or discover something new and exciting - all you need to do is choose.
The Stockholm Card gives you free entry to 80 museums and attractions, free travel by public transport by subway, bus or commuter trains free sightseeing, free Stockholm Card map folder as well as several other bonus offers. You decide whether you want a card that is valid for 1, 2, 3 or 5 days. The card will not be valid until it is stamped with the time and date the first time you use it.