On our walk in Djurgården you will pass Skansen.
Skansen is one of Swedens main tourist attractions and you can easily spend a whole day here.
Skansen is a zoo but also an open-air museum. You can experience historical buildings from all over Sweden, most of them from the 18th and 19th centuries. You can visit the animals and walk in nice parks ands gardens.
On the picture below you can see Skomakarhuset (Shoemaker's house). It was originally from Södermalm in Stockholm and was built around 1700.
There are about 60 different animal species in the Skansen Zoo, the main emphasis on Nordic wild animals. such as the brown bear, elk, wolverine, lynx and seal.
On the picture bolow you can see otters.
Each day there are several animals being presented and feeded by representatives of Skansen.
One of our favourites is watching the grey seals being fed.
You must not miss to visit the brown bears.
Children's Zoo is the part of Skansen which is specially for the younger visitors. Here you will find animals like pig, goat, bird and squirrel.
Skansen also offers walks in parks and gardens.
Below you can see all our walks in Stockholm. The walks are warmly recommended for tourists and for people who live nearby.
Walk in Gamla stan in Stockholm
Walk in Djurgården in Stockholm
Walk in Södermalm in Stockholm
Walk in Norrmälarstrand in Stockholm
Walk in Skeppsholmen in Stockholm