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The island of Djurgården and its northern mainland extension, Djurgårdsbrunn, impress with a mix of nature and an abundance of museums, while being located in walking distance to Stockholm’s city center. Djurgården not only invites visitors to take endless walks through a beautiful park landscape without having to leave the city, but also offers an incredible range of entertainment facilities, such as an open air museum which specializes in the Swedish way of life pre-industrialization, the renowned Vasa Museum with its legendary sailing ship, and Sweden’s most famous amusement park Gröna Lund, which is more than a 100 years old.
I was just amazed by this museum and I am not really a museum person. This ship sat under the sea for over 300 years and has been wonderfully restored. The museum allows you to view the restored ship at different levels and explains everything about the recovery and restoration.
This garden follows around a river and provides a great view of the city, some boat harbors and is a super quiet area of the city. I spent an hour here walking and only came across 6-7 other people. The statues along your walk are interesting and quite beautiful.
Such a treat to discover this marvelous art museum and gardens on the far end of the beautiful Djursgaden island in Stockholm! My husband and I have been to Stockholm a half dozen times over the past decade and somehow had missed this treasure previously. Now it will be one of our Must Stops anytime we are in Sweden.
"Xlnt Dense collection of (mostly) Swedish art from around a hundred years ago."
reviewed yesterday by erik e
In the palace like home of arts collector Ernst Thiel, you’ll find art in a concentrated area, meaning you can take it all in easily. Art of among others, Swedish greats like Anders Zorn, Carl Larsson and Bruno Liljefors are on display. As well as the great Norwegian Edward Munch (who was sponsored by Thiel), and many others.
This is a nice experience wether you sit in the garden or inside. The staff is friendly and the service fast and proper. The good is good and you can have a meal with dessert for about 500 SEK.
The surroundings at Djurgården iswell worth a walk.
€€ - €€€ • Bar, Cafe, European, Swedish, Scandinavian
"Coffee with a view"
reviewed 1 week ago by Bangkokguran
I only went here for coffee and a cake. Nothing special but OK. But the point was to sit by the water in the sun and just inhale the Stockholm atmosphere. Amazing view and fresh air. Will certainly return on my next visit. Recommended.
This time we were only stopping by for a drink. The hotel,restaurant and the bar is very Nice situated close to the water. It is not a very cozy atmosphere but still pleasant. Service is ok but not excellent.
Worth a visit for the location. Have a nice 20 min walk from the city.
Just behind the entrance to the ABBA museum is the Pop House restaurant which serves an awesome lunch buffet for only 175sek per person. My wife and i had both the fish and meat dish with many excellent salads plus coffee and dessert. A remarkable meal at a very reasonable price. Food quality was great and very tasty. A highly...
We had a nice stay with our two girls if 6 and 9, reception staff very friendly and the location of the hotel was excellent albeit the fairground goes on until 11pm and on hot nights with the window open it can be a bit noisy but that’s not the hotels fault.
We had some niggles such as the family...