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Stockholm with children

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

Get around[edit]

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

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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.
  • The Transport Museum, Spårvägsmuseet and the Toy Museum, Leksaksmuseet
  • miniWorld Stockholm displays contemporary toys.
  • The Music and Theatre Museum has instruments for playing.

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Cope[edit]

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[edit]

Stockholm is safe, compared to other cities of similar size. Beware of waterfront quays, though.

Get out[edit]

Baltic Sea cruises have child activities.



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