Skansen was the first open-air museum in Sweden, opening in 1891 with the aim of showing the way of life in the country before the industrial revolution. Skansen is one of the most popular museums in Stockholm for tourists and locals alike. Beside the open air museum, there is also a zoo where you can visit animals native to the Scandinavia region. The museum is located on Royal Djurgården, offering beautiful views on all sides of the city. Stop by to see Sweden’s whole life in one place – with over 150 farms and dwellings located here.