We enjoyed a leisurely start to the day before taking the metro into the city centre from where we walked a short distance for a No.69 bus to the museum park in the northern district of Djurgården. We alighted just outside the Swedish National Museum of Science & Technology where we had planned to spend the morning. Entrance to the museum is SEK 150 (£12.65). After picking up a map, we started exploring the Innovations Lab which charts the 100 biggest innovations in history as rated by Swedish people. These cover diverse inventions from the wheel to the steam engine through to more recent innovations including dishwashers and mobile phones.
The Swedish Museum of Science & Technology
I was very impressed with the way this exhibition was set out as it visualised innovations in new ways making it appealing to all ages. Visitors also have an opportunity to vote either…
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