The Gothenburg card is a must have as it allows you access to nearly every attraction in the city. There is a huge variety of options from the Liseberg Themepark to the Medical History Museum and a guided tour on the Paddan boats. Plus all public transport is included and you also enjoy 2 for 1 tickets on the airport bus. At £20 a head for 48 hours you can’t go wrong.

The Universeum, is a treat for all ages with it’s own in house tropical rainforest and shark filled aquarium. There are loads of hands-on exhibitions and the staff are really friendly and knowledgeable and the toilet system is completely unique.

Eating out with kids
Most restaurants and cafés welcome families and a few have kids menus. Boosterseats are usually available. Here is a list of especially family friendly places:
Bel Parc in Slottskogen
Åhlens City (café on 2nd floor)
Dahls bakeshop Arkaden (2nd floor)
Egg & Milk
Fröken Olsson

Nursing in public is generally accepted. Some department stores offer nursing rooms (called amningsrum) with microwave ovens etc.
Åhléns City in Nordstan (2nd floor)