Located in Hagaparken, in the northern part of Stockholm, you will find Fjäril och Fågelshuset (the Butterfly and ... More
Located in Hagaparken, in the northern part of Stockholm, you will find Fjäril och Fågelshuset (the Butterfly and Bird House). This is an interesting place for people of all ages. Once inside, your first visit would be through a greenhouse garden with a beautiful collection of plants, trees, and fish. From there you can enter the exciting bird house. The constant stream of humans has not deterred the birds or forced them into the reclusion of their trees and shrubs. Rather, they are bold and loud, shrieking and flying about, or they walk around on the ground, sometimes forcing people to walk around them. Then there is the Butterfly Room; it is magical. Butterflies are everywhere, they land on your shoulders, your head and your eyelashes. They are lovely, that is until you reach the cocoon and larva display, where you realise they haven't always been that beautiful. On the other side of the gallery and cafe, is a Japanese garden filled with hummingbirds. The! best time to visit would be during the colder, darker months.
Pygmeteatern performs puppet and silhouette theater for children. The theater company tours around the country with their shows. They frequently
perform in Norway, and participate in international festivals around the world every year. Pygmeteatern opens the door to a ...
Hermans is a popular vegetarian restaurant. Check out the vegetarian meal offered during lunch time. If you become a member,
you will receive discounts on the food and a free meal on your birthday. Cookies and cakes are a ...
During the 1780s King Gustav III acquired the Haga and Brahelund properties just north of the city. Aided by architect
Fredrik Magnus Piper, he started to create a romantic landscape, Haga Park (Hagaparken). The park was set out as ...