This is Stockholm's largest museum, not so much a museum as a restored village more than 200 years ago. The village reproduces the rural scene of Europe during the First Industrial Revolution, where people dressed in their clothes and used the tools of the past for production and business activities. Visiting here is really intuitive and you can feel everything at that time. It's really like a wonderful journey.
The weather was good and the park was crowded with people. Participation in this tradition is a special experience. We're happy to do that once, but in the next few years we'll be looking for other destinations to experience midsummer. I don't go back to the same place year after year. Some tips for future Midsummer's: 1. Buy ticket 2 in advance. Don't plan to visit all the parks during the tour... It's too crowded and the route is too long. Plan to experience the rest of the park the next day (maybe before midsummer, so you can get land). Third, the extra cost of railway cables. We ride it with the style that you are very close to. 4. If you don't want to wait in long lines for food, or if you're a picky eater, bring food and drinks. 5. Prepare to stand and wait for a long time. If you show up at the last minute, you can't see the main event, so mark your position earlier.
Located on Stockholm Zoo Island, it is a genuine folk village. Not only tourists will come, but Swedish locals are also very keen to bring their children here. In folk villages, local people wear clothes hundreds of years ago to introduce tourists. The most favorite part is the animal part, which is quite different from the domestic zoo. They have no cage, but an ecological park. Wolves and brown bears all live in hundreds of square meters. Peacocks walk around the park without hiding from people. They are very beautiful. This is a perfect place to get close to nature. Ticket price is 130 kroner per person, no student price.
It's a very special museum. It's leaky. You can learn a lot by visiting it carefully.
It's a park or a museum, rather than a folk village. There are many houses made from imitation of past shops, one by one, there are pharmacies, leather shops, blacksmiths',,,, and many workers wear past clothes to show people the real life of Swedes in the past. I went to Lucia's Day. There's a Christmas market. The Midsummer Festival also has corresponding activities. The zoo hasn't been there. My classmates say there are only local animals in Sweden, so there are not many kinds.
Scanson Park is relatively large, consisting of zoos, aquariums and folk open-air museums, but it is generally called Scanson Park, the other two are Scanson Zoo and Aquarium. Open-air museums mainly display Nordic people's lives, there will be interpreters wearing ethnic costumes, to explain some of the local historical customs and habits for you, exchange experience of interaction is very good, I think that visitors who like human customs can go.
Free life at the land with nourishing heart - strolling through 5 centuries of Sweden 闲云野鹤，养心之地-漫步穿越瑞典的五个世纪