"At Aeroseum you’ll get a hands-on experience of all kinds of aviation. Get winched up to a helicopter, try the flight simulator or let yourself be fascinated by the countless flight machines.
The museum is located in a 1950s subterranean hangar 30 metres below the rock surface. During the Cold War, this was one of the most top-secret defence facilities. Today the museum houses figther planes like Draken and Viggen as well as civil aircrafts, helicopters, engines and much more."
"As you step inside the greatest amusement park in Scandinavia, for a moment you cannot guess what is real and what is makeover. Of course, the experiences you will gather here are real and amazing. From scary Halloween celebrations to dizzy rides, from eccentric dance to music you will be spoilt of options to revel at the park.
There are several idyllic spots dotted with colourful flower beds, waterfalls and lush greenery inside the park where you can enjoy family picnics. Music lovers can rock away with the best musicians on the Lilla Scenen and Stora Scenen stages or watch wonderful shows at Liseberg Theatre, Rondo and Kaninscenen."
"Welcome to a world of iconic Volvo cars, buses, and trucks, pioneering innovations, and imaginative concept vehicles.
Exhibitions and guided tours with a well-stocked gift shop and café. Don’t miss Roger Moore’s legendary P1800!
Gamla Stan, the Old Town, is one of the largest and best preserved medieval city centers in Europe, and one of the foremost attractions in Stockholm.
This is where Stockholm was founded in 1252.
The Hallwyl Museum is a House-Museum with collections of Art and Decorative Art from earlier periods. Together with the Royal Armoury, Skokloster Castle, the Historical Museum, the Royal Coin Cabinet and Tumba paper mill the Museum constitutes a national authority, headed by a Director General, and accountable to the Ministry of Culture.The six museums base their work on a national cultural policy resolution enacted by Swedish Parliament. The palatial looking town-house was designed by the architect Isak Gustaf Clason and built between 1893-1898 for Walther and Wilhelmina von Hallwyl. It is considered one of the most lavish private residences in Sweden from that time. In contrast to the architecture with its references to past styles, all manner of modern technology were introduced at the outset, such as central heating, electric lighting and elevators. In 1920 Walther and Wilhelmina von Hallwyl donated their home with its contents to the Swedish State. The terms of the bequest stipulated that the house must remain essentially unchanged and in 1938 it opened as a museum.
Apart from Wilhelmina von Hallwyl's art collections the museum also houses the family's personal belongings and household objects and therefore also offer insight into life of an upper-class family at the end of the 19th century.
Millesgården is an art museum and sculpture garden, located on the island of Lidingö in Stockholm, Sweden.
It is located on the grounds of the former home of sculptor Carl Milles (1875–1955) and his wife, artist Olga Milles (1874-1967).
Nationalmuseum is Sweden's museum of art and design.
The collections include paintings, sculpture, drawings and graphic art from the 16th century up to the beginning of the 20th century and the collection of applied art and design up to the present day. The total amount of objects is around 700,000.
"Skansen is a favorite both among Stockholmers and visitors passing through, and it’s a perfect family outing. This is the oldest open-air museum in the world and also the Stockholm zoo, with animals native to Scandinavia, a children's petting zoo, and two indoor aquariums; Skansen's Aquarium and the Baltic Sea Science Center.
Skansen is beautifully located on Royal Djurgården and offers spectacular views over all of Stockholm. This is also Sweden in miniature. 150 farms and dwellings from different parts of the country were disassembled and transported here. Swedish traditions such as Midsummer, Walpurgis Night, and Lucia are celebrated at Skansen."
The Vasa ship capsized and sank in Stockholm 1628. After 333 years on the sea bed the mighty warship was salvaged and the voyage could continue.
Today Vasa is the world's best preserved 17th century ship and one of the most visited museums in Scandinavia.