Discover the only official Abba museum in the world in Stockholm. Set within the Swedish Music Hall of Fame, Abba the Museum is an interactive exhibit space that showcases the music, lyrics, stage costumes, musicals and films of Sweden's iconic pop band. The museum fits perfectly into the Swedish Music Hall of Fame, which celebrates Sweden's pop history. Check out Abba's collected works at this contemporary venue in Djurgården, Stockholm.
Experience magic and laughter in Junibacken, a fantasy house on Djurgården that recreates the fabulous stories of children's author Astrid Lindgren. Hop on the Storybook Train and take a journey through the fun tales. Meet famous characters in Storybook Square, such as Alfie Atkins, Festus and Mercury and Mulle Meck that come to life and play with kids. Visit the Junibacken Gallery with illustrations of Lindgren's loved characters and have a raspberry pop and homemade cake in the restaurant. Visit www.junibacken.se
Explore this beautiful palace and magnificent gardens with native plants, fruit trees and roses. Walk along brick paths, gathering fruits, flowers, and vegetables directly from the largest commercial organic garden in Stockholm, or visit the shop for baked goods, gifts and fresh vegetables and fruits. Explore the beautiful surrounding park, stop by the bakery, or sit at the charming café. Rosendal Palace
stands in elegant isolation on hill above. Visit www.rosendalstradgard.se/
Djurgarden was once the royal Swedish family's summer residence. Today, Djurgården is one of Stockholm's most popular summer recreation spots. One of Stockholm's 14 islands, Djurgården offers the Vasa ship museum, the open-air museum of Skansen, the Waldemarsudde estate, and the Nordic Museum. Djurgården is located just east of Gamla Stan (Old Town).
Drottningholm Palace and Court Theater
Drottningholm Palace and Court Theater is isted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has quite deservingly been called the "Versailles of Sweden." Set on an island in Stockholm's Lake Mälaren, Sweden's royal family still lives here in a private area of the palace. The sprawling complex of buildings and gardens require about 3 hours to tour. To learn more about Drottningholm Palace, visit www.royalcourt.se.