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It has potential

We were a group of 8 Viking enthusiasts, and this museum did not satisfy us. It is a well made... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
reise-tanta-di
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Lafayette, California
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Small but fun with children

Based on the reviews I was really on the fence whether to come here in our last day in Sweden. But... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Alexa_Melbourne
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Melbourne
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Vikingaliv, a museum entirely dedicated to the Viking Age, through an exhibition and a Viking Journey - Ragnfrid´s Saga. Vikingaliv is based on historical facts combined with the most recent discoveries of Viking history. Here is also restaurant...more
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Djurgardsvagen 48 | Vasahamnen, Stockholm 115 21, Sweden
Djurgården & Djurgårdsbrunn
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+46 8 400 229 90
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Based on the reviews I was really on the fence whether to come here in our last day in Sweden. But we wanted to teach our daughter (age 5) about Vikings and hadn’t really found a way to do that in Stockholm. I’m so glad...More

Thank Alexa_Melbourne
Reviewed 1 week ago

There are virtually no authentic exhibits. Mostly interactive computer screens with limited information. The second part is a ride from one miniature sculpted scene to another showing a made-up story of a viking family. OK for kids 6-12 years old. Probably not so great outside...More

Thank notilos
Reviewed 1 week ago

We paid about $20/ person in July 2018. This is a new museum and very nice decor. But, they had few (if any) actual artifacts from the Viking era. It is a mix of a Disney & Swedish information Center. The main attraction is a...More

Thank SwedeinUSA
Reviewed 1 week ago

Although the museum is quite small and doesn't cover too much about the viking era, it does assist to dispel the myth of raping and pillaging, horn-helmetted brutalistic sea-farers. The guided tour was super informative, and the ride on the lower floor was really fun.

Thank tia_tait
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If this museum were have of its current price, it would be worth of visit. However, currently, it is way overpriced and therefore, I cannot recommend it.

Thank TimeToTravel365
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Some really cool stuff here. Some chances to take photos. A ride at the end. A statute that I still think could be a real man. ...sadly the it is one of the most expensive museums we went to on our trip and had 45...More

Thank Dukelyer
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went through this museum in 15 minutes. Quite small and more suited to children under 10. The "ride" was super corny. Not worth the price of admission for teenagers and adults.

Thank gaylemama
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Well worth a visit as we learned a lot more about the Viking history and culture. The guide gave a very good account of how the Vikings spread over the continent of Europe and into the Mediterranean and how they discovered the American continent. The...More

Thank David B
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

MUSEUM 5/5: We were on our way to Vikingaliv and were approached by two young people with a 2 adults for 1 price entry. Bargain. Staff very friendly. English speaking tour (included in ticket) with Kenneth was informative, easy to understand and educational. I liked...More

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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

We were a group of 8 Viking enthusiasts, and this museum did not satisfy us. It is a well made museum and a lot of thoughts and work has gone into making this exhibit. However, I think the place is more suited for school children...More

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Response from Henna_M_ | Reviewed this property |
No point in buying beforehand as there was no-one else there when we went. Absolutely no other quests - it was a week evening, but still. To be honest I recommend the History museum instead of this. In my opinion overpriced... More
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