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    Fotografiska Museet

    Fotografiska is much more than a museum, it is a forum for photography, learning and artistic experiences. Fotografiska show four major and twenty minor exhibitions a year, world known photographers as well as local talent. The exhibitions are to show a diversity of images that engages and inspires a dialogue on contemporary photography

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    Junibacken

    Come experience a magical day in our fabulous house on Djurgården in Stockholm! The focus is on the Story Train and Astrid Lindgren's wonderful stories, but you also get to meet many famous characters such as Alfie Atkins, Petty & Findus, Mulle Meck and many, many more. Here the fairy tale characters life, you may let off steam, cuddle and shudder, discover and learn, and see theater.

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    Nobelmuseet 

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    Skansen - Outdoor Museum in Stockholm Sweden

    Skansen is the world's oldest outdoor museum, founded in 1891. Here you can stroll through five centuries of Sweden, the Sami camp in the north to Skåne in the south, all in a total of 300 000 sqm of living history. Feel the history in the historic houses and estates, where chores such as carding, spinning, weaving, cooking and baking is performed by people dressed in period costume. In the gardens and plots around the houses, flowers, fruits and vegetables flourish.

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    Swedish Museum of Natural History - Museum in Stockholm

    In the Museum of Natural History anyone who is curious about animals and nature meet. Thanks to a variety of exciting exhibitions, films in the world's largest film format, digital 3-D and fun activities, the curiosity of the whole family will be satisfied with us. Or perhaps you want to go see a movie on Cosmonova´s 760-square-foot movie screen that gives you the feeling of being on the spot, right in the adventure?

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    The Biological Museum - Museum in Stockholm

    The Biological Museum is situated at Djurgården. It was built in 1893 to a design by architect Agi Lindegren who was inspired by the medieval Norwegian stave churches. The founder of the museum, Gustaf Kolthoff was a taxidermist, an amateur zoologist and an author.

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    Vikingaliv

    Vikingliv is the museum for anyone who wants to get an insight into life during the Viking era and experience one of history's most mythical spells. Here is Ragnfrids Saga, an 11-minute viking trip, which invites the visitor to a dramatic story about a family's life in the 9th century.

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    Visit Stockholm

    Stockholm is known as the capital of Scandinavia, and is situated where Lake Mälaren meets the open sea. It’s often said that Stockholm is a cosmopolitan city, but where you'll find a small town charm around the corner. Stockholm is one of the world's most beautiful cities built on 14 islands surrounded by water so clean that you can swim in the city center.