Make me strong Amway everyone this Skansen‼ ️
One of my favorite museums in Stockholm💕
SKANSEN, the world's first open-air folklore museum. Founded in 1891, it covers an area of more than 30 hectares and has more than 150 houses to show people the life of the Swedes in the past. Including farmhouse, barn, church and bell tower
There is also a zoo in the park, which mainly displays animals that grow in the cold regions of Northern Europe. Children especially love Sikansen Park. Skansen is the world's first open-air museum, where a miniature landscape of the entire Sweden is displayed. From the houses, there are wooden or brick houses with grass roofs in southern Sweden, cone-shaped wooden houses in the north, churches and bell towers, almost gathering buildings from all over Sweden.
There are actually many animals here. There are many Scandinavian animals, including wolves, brown bears, moose, eagles, otters, sea lions and so on. No wonder so many local children come here, it’s a treasure museum.‼ ️
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The Skansen National Museum is still very interesting. There are antique buildings to see, and there are also some different small zoos. It feels a bit of crossing, like returning to the previous Nordic fields, a very good place
The open-air museum is actually a bit like a scenic spot like Shenzhen Splendid China. It replicates the original appearance of a Nordic village two or three hundred years ago. Let me experience the life of the Nordic people back then. The park is quite large and a very interesting museum.
This is the largest museum in Stockholm. It is not so much a museum as it is a restored village more than 200 years ago. The village reproduces the European rural scene during the first industrial revolution. The people here wear clothes of the time and use previous tools for production and commercial activities. Visiting here is really intuitive and you can feel everything at that time, it's really like crossing too wonderful.
Located on the island of Stockholm Zoo, it is an authentic folk village. Not only tourists will come, but Swedish locals are also very keen to bring their children here. In the folk village, there are locals wearing clothes hundreds of years ago to introduce tourists. The favorite part is the animal part. This is very different from domestic zoos. They don’t have cages, but an ecological park. Wolves and brown bears live in a huge area of several hundred square meters. Peacocks stroll around in the park and don’t hide. People are very beautiful. This is a great place to get close to nature. The ticket price is 130 kronor per person and there is no student price.
This is a very nice park, open for free. There are many houses here that are very historic. The open-air museum also houses a lot of old Swedish objects. There is not much damage from the wind and sun. This place It is suitable to come when the weather is good.
This was the first open air museum I visited, cow!