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The building's is large and impressive from the outside, but the collection seems to only be stages in a small section. Very few animals, compared to other collections in other towns. Many of the animals have seen better days, and look fake or discoloured.
Happy to have found this open on a Monday, as many attractions are closed after the weekend. Incredible timber building housing a fascinating collection of Scandinavian fauna from 1891, displayed in a full 360 degree diorama. An interesting and informative introduction from staff. Go see this while you can, it's already 125years old and won't be around forever.
The building is certainly interesting, and the exhibits are ok, maybe just a little out dated, but certainly there are some that can have some value. The entrance fee is on the cheaper side, so not a bad value.
We were drawn to the building because it was so interesting from the outside. The exhibits were old and a bit dusty but it was still interesting to see all the different types of animals in the area. There were handouts in English and the staff was very nice. Funny little discovery if you are in the neighborhood. We probably... 更多
The museum building is one of the most impressive ones I have seen, really worth getting there. Then the entrance fee is cheaper than other museums. The visit will only take 30 minutes as it's main exhibition is a two-floor diorama with a double helix stair. They will give you a paper with the names of the animals (avaible in... 更多
We weren't sure what sort of exhibits this museum would have, but my husband wanted to go and the entrance fee is on the low end for Stockholm. During the winter, the opening hours are limited, so make sure to check before visiting. The museum itself is basically a giant taxidermy display. It's pretty neat in that I haven't seen... 更多
If you want to see a truly astonishing natural history museum you must visit this. Slightly more than 100 years old it features, as its main attraction, an 180o diorama that takes you imperceptibly though the Swedish landscapes from the very north to the southern tip, with the landscapes varied animals and plants. As an extra the museum is located... 更多
A lot of the animals are close together, so the museum is small in size, You must go up stairs to see everything. if you're not particularly interested in the subject, the visit will be quick, but interesting. It’s located right next to the parking lot for Skansen (not near Skansen’s main entrance).
It's very interesting, and worth going just to see the interior of the building alone. not sure if its a work of exceptional model building, or exceptional taxidermy though. the more you look at the display, the more you see. there are lots of stairs and no access for wheelchairs from what I could see.