Visiting Sweden: The Swedes really know how to do museums

The Royal Armory in Stockholm is a relatively small exhibit of royal coaches and some artifacts in the basement level. 

But the Swedes really know how to do museums. The display formed a story, telling of a reputed love affair between Marie Antoinette and a Swedish count, Axel von Fersen.

Apparently recently decoded letters between the two revealed that they were carrying on. 

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So the museum lays out the details of the torrid affair chronologically, weaving in the coaches and clothing and other elements while telling the story. 

So what could have been a relatively dry exhibit became an enjoyable diversion that we saw through to the end. Heck, I learned something.

This, along with the Abba Museum and especially the Vasa Museum, are well worth a stop on your travel through Sweden and Scandinavia.

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