Left campground and went to moose park where we saw a moose cow and her calves and some males which was exciting as we had never seen a moose before. Arrived at campground in Stockholm after long days driving. Next day we took the train into town then a ferry across to Skansen which is the worlds oldest open air museum founded in 1891. A large collection of old Swedish trational buildings from villages saw people doing glassblowing, wood working, engineering, pottery, baking and many more. Saw traditional old farmsteads and a nomadic house of the Sami reindeer herders from the north. There were people in each place who told you all about it if you asked and were very helpful. There was a small zoo with moose, reindeer, bears, wolverines, wolves, sheep, horses ect. Absolutely fascinating!! Then walked past the impressive building which was the Norsk museum and walked across a bridge to the mainland and to the music museum. Liam and I had a look in it wasn’t particularly interesting then walked to the Castle. It was a very ugly castle ( no offence to any Swedish people but its very ugly!! ) but we got to have a look in the Armoury and at the royal carriages which was extremely awesome! Went through old town which was too touristy anyway went back to campground and after dinner some Austrian guys turned up with free beers for us! We talked to them until it started raining and we had to shelter in our tents. Next day we drove to Oslo!!