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Family-Friendly Tour of Stockholm

A guide for young travelers and those who are young at heart.
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Rating: 4 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 0.5 miles
Duration: Half day
Family Friendly

Overview :  Stockholm is a very family-friendly city with many attractions that will satisfy the pickiest young travelers. This half-day tour... more »

Tips:  Always ask for a ticket discount for your child and make sure to have a school ID with you.

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Points of Interest

One of the most famous Stockholm attractions, this museum located in a 17th century warship is a treat for the whole family. Vasa sunk in 1628 and was recovered in 1961. The 69-meter-long ship houses nine exhibitions about life on board. There's a movie broadcast in 16 languages.
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Admission:
Adults, 110 SEK
Students, 80 SEK (with valid student ... More

Experience a real rainforest. Study catfish, stingrays and piranhas. Sea sharks, moray eel, corals, anemones and other Auqaria residents.
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Admission:
Adults, 90 SEK
Children 6-15 years, 50 SEK
Children 3-5 years, 25 SEK

Hours:
September 1-June 14: Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-4:30pm
June 15-August 31: Tuesday-Sunday 10am-6pm
Closed Monday

Address:
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3. Skansen Terrassen

A family-friendly self-service restaurant with an outside eating area in the summer.
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Hours:
October 1-April 30, 11am-4pm
May 1-June 19, 11am-5pm
June 20-August 14, 11am-7pm
August 15-September 30, 11am-5pm
Dec. 31, 11am-1am
Closed December 24-25

Address:
Djurgårdsslätten 49-51
SE-115 93 STOCKHOLM

The oldest open-air museum in the world is a perfect way to learn about Swedish crafts and traditions. More than 150 buildings were dissembled from around Sweden, moved and rebuilt in Skansen. Visit a wooden church, a tinsmith workshop, bakery, a manor house, pottery and many more. A great place to buy traditional handicrafts.
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5. Skansen Zoo

See native Scandinavians such as seals, moose, bears, wolves and lynxes. Within the zoo the Children’s Zoo, also known as Lill-Skansen, is home to about 30 animal species. Outside there is a contact field with goats.
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Admission:
Children 6-15, 60 SEK
Adult, 100 SEK
Seniors, 80 SEK

Hours:
Daily, 10am-4pm

Address:
Djurgårdsslätten ... More