In the beautiful area of Djurgarden, definitely my favorite area of all of Stockholm, the Vasa Museum is anchored (pun intended). This boat, situated on the island in an elegant building so that when enter, you can see it in its entirety. The most striking characteristic is the state of the boat, despite the many passing centuries. Furthermore, in the vicinity, and along several floors, you can enjoy cabins with miniatures, timepiece clothing, models, and a presentation that explains what life was like on the ship. Admission cost me 9 euros, and I would consider that money very well spent as the Vasa Museum is an authentic journey to the past. It was a tremendously interesting visit where you could never see all of it. If you need to rest for a while, there is a cafe with wonderful views of Stockholm's harbor. It was a delight, and a favorite haunt of the beautiful Swedish capital.
The Stockholm Nordic Museum is a historical and cultural museum, with exhibits on the Swedish habitat, clothes, design and fashion, traditions and cultures, and everyday life in Sweden, both today and at various times in the past. The museum is located on the island of Djurgarden, right in front of the Vasa Museum. The island is also a huge park, so you can visit one of the museums in the morning, stop for a sandwich in the park, enjoy nature, then go to the other museum in the afternoon - or the aquarium or the amusement park, Grona Lund. The Nordic Museum is open Monday through Friday from 10 am to 4 pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 11-5. Admission is 7 euros. You can arrive by ferry from Slussen, it will cost 3 euros, and the passage is very nice, but there are also buses (they take quite a bit longer). Exhibits include an exhibition of photos, shoes through the centuries, a textile gallery, and Swedish folk art. It's a fascinating museum, sure to captivate you.
The Nobel Museum (Nobelmuseum in Swedish) is a museum all about the Nobel Prize and the people who have won it from 1901 to today, as well as the life of Alfred Nobel who, after his death, left the money to start the prize fund. Each year people are rewarded for their works in the fields of science, economics, literature, and peace. The museum is in the old building of the Stockholm Stock Exchange, Borshuset, on the north side of the small Stortorget Square, in the historic district of Gamla Stan. The museum preserves the memory of the winners, and has exhibitions, films and lectures on scientific subjects. Winners include such illustrious names as Nelson Mandela, Winston Churchill, and Marie Curie. Institutions have also won sometimes, including the United Nations and Doctors Without Borders. The museum costs 60 SEK, 6 euros, there is a discount for seniors and students, a family of 5 goes for 120 SEK. Open from 10 am to 5 pm, and sometimes later in the summer.
The Maritime Museum (Sjofartsmuseet) Gothenburg is truly spectacular. It is perfect for families with children, as you can discover marine life and come into contact with the equipment used by our seafaring ancestors. Inside the museum, you can also find a cafe and nautical gift shop.
Why I love this place so much is because of the beutifull view of the sea that is full of boates that makes me feel on a georgous place outside Sweden in a vacation. The great atmosphere here at Gröna Lund reminds me of an vacation and gets me in a very good mood. I love the fact that there are a lot of people who are happy and are social at Gröna Lund.
The Museum of Natural History (Musee Naturhistoriska) is one of the oldest museums in Gothenburg. From its inauguration in 1833, until today, it has been renovated several times, making it very attractive to the public. It is divided over three floors, and you can see a great variety of mammals, amphibians, invertebrates and reptiles from all over the world. You can see interesting workshops in the laboratory on the history of the human body, the lives of whales, and marine life. The most popular animals are the biggest: the whale and the African elephant. There's a cafe and a small gift shop inside. Admission is free with the Gothenburg pass. Suitable for adults and especially for children. Not to be missed.
At the bottom of the beautiful Goteplatsen Street is the lovely museum of Gothenburg. Here you can see works by Rembrant, Van Gogh, Renoir, Picasso and many other artists. Many of the rooms show Flemish sculptures and paintings, but there are also modern sculptures on offer, and photographic exhibitions. The museum is open Tuesday and Thursday 11-6, Wednesday 11-9, and Friday - Sunday 11-5. You can get there on the number 4 or 5 tram. Access is free with the Gothenburg pass, which I recommend that you buy.
The Tom Tits Experiment (Stockholm) is an adventure in technology and science and is located in Södertälje. The exhibits are interactive and can be touched and moved.
There are spacious rooms that are fun, such as strange machines and photos. There's also an exhibition about the human body and outer space and its constellations. For kids there's a puppet theater.
The Paper-Mill Tomb Museum can be found within the city of Stockholm. The Tumba Paper Mill Museum on the outskirts of Stockholm is representative of Sweden. It is a small museum that meets the modern museum and illustrates the long history of the factories where the tickets are printed. It was noted that this is a museum where visitors are treated like individuals, not just statistics, and where visitors have a hugely enjoyable experience, with the possibility of good weather for picnics and sporting activities.