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This is a big, cool and exciting museum of public transport. I like trains and trams and it was a great idea to visit it. It is really big. You can see the real natural size buses, trams and even subway trains. Look at the...More
I wanted to check out the history of public transportation in Stockholm. The museum was just going to close permanent to change to another location. Interesting with lots of history. A bit runned down and dark.
My oldest son is obsessed with Stockholm's Tunnelbana system so it was a no brainer for us to visit the Transport Museum. The latest visit was our third visit and my son never gets bored of going here. It has a wide variety of original...More
Really interesting although it is small. Inside the museum there is another museum with toys! The museum of toys and it is pretty interesting. I loved the toys from the 70s and all the retro things. The transport museum had so many things for small...More
We really loved this museum, going there with our child (5). He is really into trains and trams so this was pretty amazing. They can actually go into them and pretend to drive so it's quite interactive.
The toy shop there at the beginning is...More
This is not my first visit to this museum but today I found that at ticket desk is prioritising drunk people to family with children. My child was just shocked and since he did not have any experience in his live in communication with drunk...More
I have been there several times with my son. He completely loves it! I really like it too. Lots of old busses, train cars and interesting things to see.
The staff is also super friendly.
I really think that especially children loves the size of...More
If you're into trams, trains or (even old buses) this is a real pleasure, and kids will love it too. Only 50 Kr. entrance, a frequent bus stops outside the door. Not much of the information is written in English, but it's not a problem.