Haga Park, Stockholm

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  • Copper Tents, dec 2011
    Copper Tents, dec 2011
    by t_cims
  • December afternoon 2011
    December afternoon 2011
    by t_cims
  • Haga Park
    by jenglund
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    Look at the ruin and the little castle

    by sahlenare Written Mar 6, 2004

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    If you look for a place to have a quite walk and just listening to the birds.. Well then this is not the place :o) Haga Park is an active park in the way of children playing, laughter, dogs playing etc. If the it’s a nice day don’t miss out going to the park, sit down on a rock have yourself a coffee and put your face up against the sun.

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    All green parks, especially...

    by Znaky Written Sep 12, 2002

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    All green parks, especially The Park of Haga in the northern city centre, this park has it's own castle 'The Castle of Haga', not that big though, but still a castle! This park has a lot of places to sit down, play some ball or just relax or eat some ice-cream.. Don't forget to join the free gympass (Friskis o Svettis) at Tuesdays and Thursdays (6pm) at the south entrance... during June - Aug ..

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    The Butterfly House at the Haga Gardens

    by Gili_S Updated Jul 10, 2003

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    Butterflies

    This was really wonderful place to visit with children, but also just for adults, it is fantastic place to see. I never saw so many butterflies in one day.

    *Use this always as your plan B in case it is raining, that's what we did.

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    Related to:
    • Zoo
    • Family Travel

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    Check out Fjarilshuset, the...

    by Nobbe Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Check out Fjarilshuset, the butterfly house.
    The butterfly house covers more than 850 sq.m. and is filled with hundreds of live, free flying, tropical butterflies. As you walk around the butterfly house, past waterfalls and pools filled with beautiful koi carp, the air is alive with beautiful butterflies.

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    The butterfly house have also...

    by Nobbe Written Aug 24, 2002

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    The butterfly house have also got a lot of tropical birds flying around in the botanic gardens.

    The entrance ticket costs: 60 SEK.

    Phone: +46 (0)8 730 39 81

    Fax: +46 (0)8 83 48 18

    For more information check out: http://www.fjarilshuset.se.

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    The butterfly house can be...

    by Nobbe Written Aug 24, 2002

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    The butterfly house can be found at Haga, near Solna.

    Please feel welcome to Fjarilshuset, the butterfly house, bird house and botanical gardens in Stockholm. The Royal Hagapark is full of interesting attractions and is one of the world´s most historical parks in Sweden. The park is listed as being one of the worlds best preserved English style parks and the current King grew up in a palace in the park.

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    visit procedures beautiful and wonderful park

    by t_cims Written Jan 17, 2012
    Copper Tents, dec 2011
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    visit procedures beautiful and wonderful park

    Here you can visit as a tourist Swedish prince and family housing, check out the butterfly house, coffee in one of every cafe, also visit the Echo Temple and Gustav III's Pavilion, Copper Tents (see the figure).

    I love procedures beautiful park that is located in Stockholm.

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    • Birdwatching
    • National/State Park
    • Historical Travel

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  • Hagaparken

    by jenglund Written Apr 10, 2007

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    There is a trail that goes all the way around Brunnsviken. It takes about 2 and a half to 3 hours to walk.

    Related to:
    • Cycling
    • Hiking and Walking

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    The butterfly house is open:...

    by Nobbe Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    The butterfly house is open: April - September

    Tuesday - Friday 10:00 - 16:00

    Saturday - Sunday 11:00- 17:30

    October - Mars

    Tuesday - Friday 10:00 - 15:00

    Saturday - Sunday 11:00- 16:00

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    Grab a trip out to the Royal...

    by SwedishChef Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Grab a trip out to the Royal Haga Park just North of the town. Easiest way there is to take the tube to Odenplan and then catch the #515 bus.

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