Skansen Open Air Museum Overview
Considered to be the first open-air museum in Sweden, Skansen was also clubbed up to host a zoo of its own and is the most-visited among the places to see in Stockholm. Established back in 1981, Artur Hazelius - its founder, meant to dedicate the museum to showcasing the culture of Sweden before the industrial era.

This attraction has several exhibits over a land that stretches 75-acres. Among the highlights of this museum include the 19th century town where you will see replicas of many different craftsmen that dominated the Swedish culture.

Location: Djurgårdsslätten 49-51, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden

Best time to visit: 9 am to 5.30 pm

Entry fee: 140 SEK
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