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ABBA The Museum, one of Stockholm's top attractions, is located within easy reach of all public transport. Tram number 7 or Bus number 67 can be taken to the stop at Liljevaljchs/Gröna Lund.
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Skansen is the world’s oldest open-air museum, and the only open-air museum to feature wild animals. Located in Stockholm, the museum was opened on 11 October 1891 by Artur Hazelius, it illustrates the tapestry of culture and social traditions prevalent in pre-industrialized Sweden.
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The Royal Palace Stockholm is the starting point for many city tours, including the hop-on hop-off boats. Once you've seen the city from the water, head to the Royal Palace Stockholm and explore the official residence of the Swedish monarch.
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The Nobel Prize Museum
The Nobel Prize shows that ideas can change the world and the Nobel Prize Museum shows the courage, creativity, and perseverance of Nobel Laureates who have given mankind hope for the future. At the Nobel Prize Museum you will meet scientists, writers and freedom fighters who have made some of the greatest contributions to humankind. Ever since 1901, the Nobel Prize has been awarded in-line with Alfred Nobel’s vision, and at the museum, the stories of the Nobel Prize laureates come to life through videos, unique artefacts, and guided tours. The Nobel Prize Museum is a place for the entire family, where you can explore and answer questions in a quiz for kids. Bistro Nobel serves lunch and light refreshments, and in the museum shop you will find postcards, books, chocolate Nobel Prize medals, and the museum’s own tea blend.
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Discover the beautiful view of Stockholm from a unique perspective
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Paradox chair
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.
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Peer inside the world of making music, through the eyes and ears of Avicii and his co-writers, producers, and partners. Follow Tim’s journey from a reserved music enthusiast to a celebrated superstar, from his boyhood room where it all started to the Los Angeles studio where the biggest hits were created. Avicii Experience is an immersive interactive museum where you are able to peer inside the creative process and the many collaborations behind the music. The exhibition includes memorabilia, unseen photos and videos, plus published and unpublished music.
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hop on hop off boat
Explore Stockholm from a new perspective and see it from the water on a cruise
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Since 2010, the Fotografiska Museum has exhibited the work of both world-renowned photographers and up-and-coming stars alike. The museum has a prime location at Stadsgården, where the Baltic Sea meets central Stockholm, and covers 2,500 m2 of exhibition space. Every year, four major exhibitions are featured with another 15-20 minor exhibitions also taking place. The museum also has a restaurant, café, and gift shop.
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The Viking Museum is a new educational experience in Stockholm that takes visitors into the world of Vikings. Guests will learn about the everyday life of a Viking family, see a real Viking replicated with real Viking DNA, and even board Ragnfrid’s Saga for an 11-minute-long ride into the Viking Age, making it an excellent, interactive history lesson for kids.
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Stockholm Toy Museum is an interactive museum featuring games, toys and more. It's located at Svensksundsvägen 5, directly to the left after you walk across the bridge to beautiful Skeppsholmen, in the middle of Stockholm.
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Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde
Prins Eugen’s Waldemarsudde is one of Sweden’s most popular art museums, beautifully situated on Djurgården in Stockholm. The museum consists of a main building, the Mansion, built in 1903–1905 as a residence for Prince Eugen (1865–1947), and a gallery building that was added in 1913. Architect Ferdinand Boberg designed both buildings in close cooperation with Prince Eugen. The prince, son of King Oscar II and Queen Sophia, was one of the leading landscape painters of his time. He was also an important art collector and a central figure in the Swedish cultural world. On the ground floor of the Mansion, you can visit the common areas of Prince Eugen’s home, which are preserved as they were in his time. The upper floors of the building and the Gallery show work from the collection and temporary exhibitions. These exhibitions include works by both contemporary artists and artists who were contemporaries of Prince Eugen. The prince’s lovely park and gardens are dotted with sculptures.
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Stockholm's Museum of Spirits is dedicated to alcoholic beverages. Visitors can learn about distillation and more via entertaining exhibitions and changing artworks.
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Vasa Museum

The Vasa Museum is a maritime museum in Stockholm, Sweden, located on the island of Djurgården. It's home to the 17th-century warship Vasa, which sank on her maiden voyage in 1628.
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Junibacken is dedicated to the stories of author Astrid Lindgren, creator of the endearing and enduring Pippi Longstocking. It's also home to Stockholm's largest children's bookshop with books in foreign languages. It's located in Stockholm and is easy to find on foot.
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The Tom Tits Experiment is Sweden's best and biggest science center just 35 minutes by car or commuter train from Stockholm. Visitors can immerse themselves in the world of physics, technology, illusions and more in a fun, educational, experimental day out for the whole family - don't miss the daily bubble show.
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