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Revision as of 00:41, 24 December 2012

Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, has much to offer families with children.

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Get around

Buses give free rides to a stroller with a child, and one accompanying adult.

See

Most museums are free of charge for children.

  • Junibacken is based on Astrid Lindgren's works.
  • The Vasa Museum is suitable for children.
  • The National Museum of Natural History offers interactive guides to Earth's history, as well as Scandinavian, Arctic and Antarctic wildlife.
  • The Museum of Science and Technology, Tekniska museet, has a science centre for hands-on experiments.

Do

Buy

Eat

Sleep

Cope

Toilets might be hard to find in Stockholm. Most hotels have toilets with a nursing table, formally limited to house guests, but usually available on request in the lobby.

Stay safe

Stockholm is safe, compared to other cities of similar size.

Get out

Baltic Sea cruises have child activities.



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