The Skansen Open Air Museum is another branch of the Nordic Museum. The founder of the museum is Arthur Hazelius. It was built in 1891. Hazelius was concerned in saving something from the old Sweden before the development of industry had gone too far in changing the country. The old buildings were brought together here include a church and a manor house, Lapp dwellings , a summer grazing station, smallholder's cottages and farm houses.
Over the years they were able to restore 150 old buildings of historical interest.
Here are some of the houses I saw:
The old post office building..