Skansen is the first open-air museum and zoo in the whole world. It was first founded on October 11, 1891 and Artur Hazelius founded it. Skansen is in Stockholm Sweden. Also the director of Skansen is John Brattmyhr. Skansen has a 4.5 rating out of 3,193 people which is pretty good. The Skansen Zoo is home to wild Nordic animals such as wolves, moose, lynxes, wolverines, seals, and ottters. There are many historicly rare animals in the zoo. Skansens opens at 10:00AM to 4:00PM, which is 6 hours. In the Skansen Museum there are a lot of trees pants and some pottery and glass.
Gröna Lund is a 4.2 star review amusement park in Stockholm, Sweden. The park is on the seaward side of Djurgarden Island and is classified as a "small" amusement park. The old amusement park was opened on 1883 and there have been 421 reviews on the web. The park opens at 7:00 from October through December. The rides and restaurants you can go and visit while there, not to mention the heart-dropping rides throughout the park. Most of the rides at Gröna Lund are roller coasters and a popular ride is the Twister! It's a wooden roller coaster with a max speed of 38 mph. It was opened on 2011 and it is 50 ft tall! The next ride, Insane, is an Intamin Zac-Spin roller coaster that was opened in 2009. The train cars contain 4 seats, with 2 on each side. When you are navigating the course, the trains are free to spin and flip upside down.
Sweden touring is exciting, fun, and full of activities! Mountain climbing and rock climbing, not to mention shopping, and taste testing. Some mountains in Sweden are, Sarektjåkkå, Kebnekaise, Kaskasatjåkka, and Åreskutan.
Imagine you standing thousands of feet up into the sky, surrounded by puffy white clouds! Spring, summer, winter, and fall.
A comforting and relaxing exercise in the outdoors. A nice break from all of that craziness in your life!
Sweden Ice hockey is an aggressive sport that can be played indoors or outdoors.