Scandinavian Museum (also called Nordic) built in 1907 is almost a perfect copy of medieval Frederiksborg Castle in Denmark (it hosts Danish Museum of National History, by the way). The museum houses a vast collection of wooden items, textiles and folk art exponents. It also features a room devoted to contemporary Swedish design and a spacious central hall with a huge statue of King Gustav Vasa in the middle.
Skansen Museum – ethnographic this time – is a few steps away. It displays entire open-air extant complexes from all over Sweden: bakery, blowing shop, blacksmith’s shop, etc. – basically all those workshops where showpieces for Scandinavian Museum were created.
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