The Museum recommended by Five Stars is located on a small island called Zoo Island in Stockholm. It exhibits some life and historical collections of Sweden and Scandinavia from 1520 to now. It includes furniture, scenes of life, houses, kitchens and dining scenes. I know this kind of museum is very boring for many tourists, but I think it can let tourists know the development, history and living conditions of a new city in a short period of time. The museum's successor is dedicated to exhibiting some aspects of Nordic middle-class and urban life, so there are many such exhibits. In a word, the collection is very rich, and there are scenes simulating aurora.