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Paradox Museum Stockholm

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Vinod,  Sweden Sweden
30 Dec 2022
Very good place in Stockholm to spend time with family in fun way. The staff in museum was very kind and explaining about each things and helped us in taking our family picture in each event.
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Vinaykumar Rajshekhar,  Germany Germany
06 Jan 2023
It was good.
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05 Jan 2023
With a group is it a lot of fun to bei there. Nice team thats support us.
Paradox Museum Stockholm

About: Paradox Museum Stockholm

Paradox Museum Stockholm is not just another entertainment venue.

With over 70 amazing, paradox-based exhibits, it pushes the boundaries of mind-twisting science and sense-defying trickery.

You'll learn everything about the exciting science behind paradoxes, and have great fun taking spectacular photos to fool your friends with.

Paradox Museum Stockholm is a must-see, must-share destination for all ages.

Paradox Museum Stockholm
20 Sergelgatan, 111 57, Stockholm
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