The Days

Daytime activities

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Ready for some fun!? See more about the activites below :)

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Snowball (the snowy version)
Well, lets see. This acitivity is for free and not scheduled ;)


Vintage Tour for Ladies & Vintage Tour for Gents
Special for you this weekend! We have set together a little tour for Saturday and together we will visit some of the best vintage shopping in Stockholm. One for ladies, one for gents. Getting excited!? More info at Friday evening when signing up to activities.


Gamla stan - the Old Town, guided tour (in English)
We have arranged a guided tour for us Shufflers, to go back in time and visit this historic part of Stockholm. Put your walking shoes on and get ready to explore the narroy alleys, the beautiful architecture, to find out about ancient events, to hear fascinating stories,.. Most likely some words about the Stockholm Blood Bath will be shared to us. More info at Friday evening when signing up to activities.
 

Stadshuset - Stockholm City Hall, guided tour (in English)
Damtadam: You will walk around in the Blue hall (which is actually not blue) where the Nobel Banquet is hold every year, see the Golden room with walls covered by 18 million gold and glas mosaics. And more! This is a fascinating house well worth a visit. Join the guided tour on Saturday. More info at Friday evening when signing up to activities.
 

Storkyrkobadet - The old bath house in Gamla stan
Cold toes, tense shoulders? Join us at this old bath house on Saturday, with beautiful arches dating back to the 1750's, with a history as school bath already in 1890, rebuilt in 1932, with porcelain bathtubs, a sauna and a pool. Relax, defrost, have a good time! Bring a towel (also possible to rent) and your bathing suit. More info at Friday evening when signing up to activities.

Children at Storkyrkoskolan (school) 1903 - perhaps at the old bath house? (stockholmskällan):
Storkyrkobadet 1903

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