This is the last day, I promise. In the morning, we had a choice of a few places to go, so I went to a children’s museum called Junibacken, and the Vasa Museum. Junibacken is a museum based on Astrid Lindgren stories, most of which I don’t know, but it was still pretty fun. There were some parts of stories used to create play areas for kids, including Pippi Longstocking’s house, and a story train that took us through many of the other stories on a little ride. The art that they used to create the stories in 3D was really cool, but unfortunately we weren’t allowed to take pictures. I’m inspired to read more of her stories now, though.
The Vasa Museum is basically a giant museum about a ship that sank in the 1600’s. It was badly built, so it sank immediately after leaving Stockholm and was left on the bottom for 300 years. Then, someone decided to pull it up, so they lifted it out of the water, rebuilt it, and created a museum about it. It was pretty cool to see the actual ship, as well as all of the information about what happened using little models.
We ended our trip with a delicious lunch in a place with a great view of the city, and a gorgeous sunset at the airport. It was a great trip and an awesome chance to explore two new cities.