TRAM number 7: SKANSEN

Skansen

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Skansen Open-Air Museum


Djurgårdsslätten 49-51
115 21 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-442 80 00


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: SKANSEN


www.skansen.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

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 Akvariet 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. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Ulla Winbladh

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Ulla Winbladh


Rosendalsvägen 8
115 21 Stockholm
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+46(0) 8 53489701


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: VASAMUSEET


www.ullawinbladh.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

”Ulla, my Ulla.” This is the opening of a famous Swedish ballad by the eighteenth-century troubadour Bellman. The ballad is about his lover, Ulla Winbladh. The restaurant of the same name, with so much tradition behind it, is centrally located on the beautiful and lush island of Djurgården. Traditional Swedish home fare is served here year-round. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

The Viking Museum

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The Viking Museum


Djurgårdsvägen 48
115 21 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8 400 229 90


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: GRÖNA LUND


www.thevikingmuseum.com


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

Who were the Vikings? Learn about how they lived, what they ate, and what made them infamous seafarers at The Viking Museum. Feel the weight of a Viking sword and helmet, find out about their brutal conquests around the world, the toils of their everyday life, and learn to separate fact from fiction in this interactive exhibition. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Spritmuseum

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Spritmuseum & The Absolut Art Collection


Djurgårdsstrand 9
115 21 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-12 13 13 00


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: VASAMUSEET


www.spritmuseum.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

Located between a shipwreck and an amusement park, this museum will take you on an unforgettable journey. From lust to suffering, from a park bench to a cocktail party, rarely does an afternoon dedicated to alcohol have so many wise insights. Shop and restaurant. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Skroten

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Skroten


Beckholmsvägen 14
115 21 Stockholm
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+46-(0)703-80 80 80


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: SKANSEN


www.skrotens.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

Skroten started at the old marine store on Skeppsholmen but is now located at the shipyard on beautiful Djurgården. Stop by for a coffee or stay for a bowl of fish stew and a glass of wine. This charming place is worth a visit all year round. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Rosendals garden café

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Rosendals garden café


Rosendalsterassen 12
115 21 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-545 812 70


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: WALDEMARSUDDE


www.rosendalstradgard.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

Rosendals Trädgård is one of Stockholm’s true gems! The garden café is located in a fantastic setting on Djurgården island and offers salads, soups, sandwiches and pastries made in the bakery next door. The café uses organic and biodynamic ingredients, a lot of them even come from their own garden. Many Stockholmers make the pilgrimage to Rosendal on sunny days, but there’s room for numerous guests. In the summer you can sit on the grass in the orchard. Don’t miss to pop in to the little boutique before you leave. Best way to get here is to walk from the bridge Djurgårdsbron, follow the canal and you will see the signs. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Waldemarsudde

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Prince Eugen’s Waldemarsudde


Prins Eugens väg 6
115 21 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-545 837 00


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: WALDEMARSUDDE


www.waldemarsudde.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

Prince Eugene’s former home is one of Sweden’s most popular art museums. Visit the prince’s reception rooms and see his collection of early 20th Century Nordic art as well as temporary exhibitions. A flower and sculpture garden surrounds the museum. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Nordiska museet

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Nordiska museet


Djurgårdsvägen 6-16
115 93 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-519 546 00


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: VASAMUSEET


www.nordiskamuseet.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

Discover life in the Nordics for the past 500 years at the Nordic Museum, Sweden’s largest museum of cultural history. Situated on the Djurgården island in the center of Stockholm, the magnificent museum building is one of Stockholm’s true landmarks and well worth a visit in itself.

Discover a variety of exhibitions on fashion and textiles, furniture and interiors, china and table settings, folk art, jewelry, photography, trends, and traditions. There is also a separate exhibition about the only indigenous people in Sweden, the Sami. The museum shop offers modern and classical products for old and young, and the restaurant serves traditional Swedish food and snacks.

The audio guides available are in Swedish, English, Finnish, Sami, German, Russian, French, Italian, Spanish, Mandarin, Arabic, and easy Swedish.

Also, don’t miss the current exhibition in the main hall, ‘The Arctic – while the ice is melting’, which is built up inside a gigantic ice crack. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Oaxen Krog & Slip

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Oaxen Krog & Slip


Beckholmsvägen 26
115 21 Stockholm
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+46 (0)8-551 531 05


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: SKANSEN


www.oaxen.com


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

This internationally acclaimed gourmet restaurant is found on the island of Djurgården in central Stockholm. Oaxen is divided into the “Slip”, a casual Swedish bistro, and “Krog” where you can experience true fine dining. Both restaurants have a clear focus on Swedish, locally sourced, and seasonal flavors. Oaxen is housed in a refurbished shed at a boatyard and the interior design is inspired by marine industries. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

ABBA The Museum

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ABBA The Museum


Djurgårdsvägen 68
115 21 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8 12 13 2860


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: GRÖNA LUND


www.abbathemuseum.com


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

ABBA The Museum is more than just a museum. Sure, the permanent exhibition is chock full of ABBA memorabilia like stage outfits, instruments, gold records, awards, and much more. But it’s also an interactive experience that invites you to sing, dance, mix music and try out virtual stage outfits. You can also record your performance and download it from the museum’s homepage with the help of your ticket. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Junibacken

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Junibacken


Galärvarvsvägen
115 21 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-587 230 00


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: VASAMUSEET


www.junibacken.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

The Story Train takes you on an amazing journey through the magical fairy tale world of Astrid Lindgren. Meet Mardie, Emil, Karlsson on the Roof and many others. Experience a treasure trove of Swedish children’s books through playful exhibits and a well-stocked children’s bookstore. Restaurant with a great view. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Cirkus

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Cirkus


Djurgårdsslätten 43
115 21 Stockholm
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+46 (0)8-58 79 87 00


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: SKANSEN


www.cirkus.se 


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

Cirkus on the island of Djurgården was built in 1892, as a permanent venue for travelling cirkus troupes visiting Stockholm. The popularity of cirkus shows might have declined since then, but Cirkus has evolved and the grandiose building is a beloved arena for concerts, musicals, stage productions and other events. Since 1983 Cirkus has been designated as an listed building, and 2015 saw the opening of it’s modern annex Skandiascenen. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

The Vasa Museum

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The Vasa Museum


Galärvarvsvägen 14
115 21 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8 519 548 80


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: VASAMUSEET


www.vasamuseet.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

The Vasa is the best-preserved seventeenth-century ship in the world and a unique art treasure. More than 98 percent of the ship is original, and it is decorated with hundreds of carved sculptures.

The 69 meter-long warship Vasa sank on its maiden voyage in Stockholm harbor in 1628 and was salvaged 333 years later in 1961. For nearly half a century the ship has been slowly, deliberately, and painstakingly restored to a state approaching its original glory. The three masts on the roof of the tailor-made museum show the height of the ship’s original masts.

There are ten different exhibitions around the ship ranging from topics like life on board and its historical context. The film about the Vasa is shown in different languages. There is also an audio guide in different languages, to be used by visitors on their own mobile devices. The museum has free Wi-Fi. In addition, there is a well-stocked shop and a pleasant restaurant for lunch and fika. Free admission for children up to 18 years. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Gröna Lund

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Gröna Lund’s Amusement Park


Lilla Allmänna Gränd 9
115 21 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-587 501 00


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: GRÖNA LUND


www.gronalund.com


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

Experience the joyful and magical world of Gröna Lund, Stockholm’s amusement park. A day spent at Gröna Lund is a memorable one, whether you dine in one of the restaurants, enjoy a pentathlon, a live concert or one of the 30 exciting rides.

Gröna Lund is open from late spring to September. The park is also open during the Swedish Autumn break and Halloween. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Flickorna Helin

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Flickorna Helin


Rosendalsvägen 14
115 21 Stockholm
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+46(0)8 – 664 51 08


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: VASAMUSEET


www.flickornahelin.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

A charming café in a secluded and leafy setting with a large and very popular selection of baked goods. The castle-like building is located along the pedestrian path on Djurgården, and it’s a splendid place for lunch or a coffee break between visits to Skansen, the Vasa Museum, and other nearby attractions. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Liljevalchs Konsthall

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Liljevalchs Konsthall


Djurgårdsvägen 60
115 21 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-508 313 30


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: GRÖNA LUND


www.liljevalchs.se/en


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

One of Stockholm’s most attractive exhibition settings, showing art and design. A recurring feature is the popular Vårsalongen (Spring Salon). Shop. A restaurant/café with a garden is located in conjunction with the museum. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Koloni

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Koloni


Djurgårdsslätten 49-51
115 21 Stockholm
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+46(0)72-003 48 14


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: WALDEMARSUDDE


www.koloni.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

With a focus on green and organic cuisine, Koloni offers a café in a harmonious setting in the historic Skansen park area. In the retro kiosk, you’ll find classic Swedish hot dogs, meatballs, soft ice cream, and waffles. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Royal City Park

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Royal National City Park


Royal Djurgården
115 21 Stockholm
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+46(0)8 – 667 77 01


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: VASAMUSEET


www.nationalstadsparken.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

The world’s first national urban park is a green lung forming an arc more than six miles long, stretching around and through the city.

The park abuts the adjoining forests around the city, ensuring an exceptional wealth of species. You can encounter deer and hares, even foxes and moose, and spot rare birds, butterflies, and insects, right inside the city. You can walk for days through the Ekoparken, discovering ever new lovely spots.

There’s an abundance of things to see: museums, an amusement park, theaters and entertainment, castles, inns and hotels, sports facilities, numerous residences from different historical periods, hills with centuries-old oak trees, lakes, streams, bays, marshes, and canals.

The meadows with grazing cows, horses, and sheep, secluded swimming spots, rocky hilltops, and areas with wild, virgin nature make it hard to take in that you’re in the middle of a big city. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

The Thiel Gallery

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The Thiel Gallery


Sjötullsbacken 8
103 98 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-662 58 84


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: WALDEMARSUDDE


www.thielskagalleriet.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

One of the finest art museums in Sweden, the Thiel Gallery exhibits a unique collection of Nordic late 19th and early 20th-century art. Painters such as Edvard Munch, Carl Larsson, Bruno Liljefors, and Anders Zorn form the basis of the banker Ernest Thiel’s collection. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Vrak - Museum of Wrecks

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Vrak – Museum of Wrecks


Djurgårdsstrand 17
115 21 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-51954980


TRAM L7
T-CENTRALEN – WALDEMARSUDDE

Station: VASAMUSEET


www.vrak.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

The brakish waters of the Baltic Sea are a gold mine for marine archeologistst. At Vrak – Museum of Wrecks you’ll learn just why that is, get to see many finds made at the ocean floor and just how an archeological excavation beneath the waves is possible. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

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