First Timer's Guide To Stockholm

First Timer's Guide To Stockholm

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You're in Stockholm for the first time ever. You've got 72 hours and an appetite for everything. Where do you start? Here's the answer.

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    Nice exhibitions. Grab a good meal next door at Blå Porten. -- Anders Mellbratt via Foursquare
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    Очень интересно! Был бесплатный вход - повезло нам! Экспозиция отличная!Советую! Старая стена после раскопок и почти живые куклы, показывающие жизнь в средневековье и мистически исчезающие фигуры!!! -- Julia Best via Foursquare
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    Fans of science and technology must simply go to this museum. The current exhibits to entertain children are The Mine, the Teknorama, and The Energy Game. Come on a Wednesday and enter for free. -- DHR.com via Foursquare
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    The lift is out of service due to poor condition. Лифт больше не работает из-за сильного износа. -- Ilja Shatilin via Foursquare
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    Join our tour Stockholm Must Sees and skip the line at the Vasa Museum. The tour starts with a walk of the Old Town, we then catch the ferry to Djurgården and finish off with a visit to the Vasa. -- StockholmOurWay via Foursquare
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    This Museum of National Antiquities has impressive collections from as early as the Stone Age and lots of great Viking historical items. Don't miss the Gold Room and the amazing Textile Chamber. -- DHR.com via Foursquare
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    Very good collection. Also, has items for all senses. Can feel the weight of a cannon ball, touch several items, sounds matching the exhibit and even have something to smell -- Dániel Gémes via Foursquare
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    A bit dull to be honest. 90 SEK and I was out of there in 20 mins. It is also very dark in here. The temporary exhibition about Queen Kristina was very interesting however. -- Morten Aastad via Foursquare
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    Head to the top - Great rooftop café during the summer months, view of the city centre. The restaurant on the same floor offers lunch of the day for SEK 90. Kulturhuset has something for everyone! -- StockholmOurWay via Foursquare
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    Visited twice and the exhibit hadn't changed; I saw hundreds of duck paintings -- twice. The gallery space is nice and I'm sure they rotated their art eventually. For art, go elsewhere first. -- Nicholas H. via Foursquare
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    20% discount for seniors and students. Be sure to go on the roof and catch the art and view of the park -- Arash Narchi via Foursquare
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