Half term activities at Royal Djurgården!17/02/2020
Here at Royal Djurgården there are lots of exciting activities happening during February half term, such as family shows, art workshops, experiment shows and even an ice-skating disco! To help you plan your visit to Djurgården, we’ve put together lots of ideas for fun half-term activities for the whole family.
Junibacken is already a firm favourite amongst children (so much so that it was actually voted the best museum for children by Stockholmers in a recent survey). The attraction brings stories to life – including Astrid Lindgren’s Pippi Longstocking – and right now children can also become detectives themselves and explore the world of private detective Ture Sventon!
Children can also pretend to be Vikings at The Viking Museum, immerse themselves in the world of pirates at the Maritime Museum or see what it’s like to be a forensic science technician at the Police Museum.
This week at The Museum of Ethnography it’s a Carnival theme! Children can make carnival hats, masks, jewellery and decorations using colourful materials. The family trail at the Vasa Museum is something for the whole family, and at Tekniska Museet you can participate in VR games, film workshops, experiment shows and much more.
There’s also the chance to try out winter sports and go to an ice-skating disco – amongst other activities – at Skansen. Why not visit SportLab at the National Sports Museum, where you can experience how different movements feel, or participate in this year’s “Hasalopp” at Nordiska Museet?
As you can see, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to half term activities at Djurgården!