We wanted to find out about the vikings, and saw the poster advertising the viking exhibition, so found ourselves at the Swedish History Museum. We skipped the audio trail, and hadn't got our smartphones hooked up, but instead went back in time, and read the information provided on extra cards in English.
There are a number of different mini tasks that you can do to keep the interest going, and we set about finding all of the items in one leaflet.
We skipped some of the films showing in the gold exhibition, but watched quite a few. All interesting.
The cafe and toilets were up to the usual high standard, with good coffee and refills hitting the spot as we had a late lunch.
There was an interactive play area which we skipped. I think it was more for younger families. But my teenager thought there was plenty to keep her interested without having too much on any one thing. We enjoyed playing a game making mills, although I think there was some teenage cheating going on!
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