Whether you like it or not, Autumn is coming and here to stay. Let’s embrace it! One of our best way to do so is to head to the Open-Air Museum of Skansen for their annual autumn fair.
With the leaves slowly falling on the ground, there’s no cosier place to be than Skansen. Every year, the autumn fair is held in the end of September. The festival gathers local farmers and smallholders, and gives you the chance to see what it was like in the good old days on the country side. You can shop textiles, toys, candy, bread and buns, woodcrafts and much more on the market. There’s food for sale (of course soup in the spirit of Autumn) and warm schnapps to warm you up. Besides the food and shopping, hang around to listen to traditional music, watch old-fashioned dancing and learn about how life in Sweden was in the 1900s. The market is open on the 23-24th of September, between 11.00 to 16.00.