The Biological museum is one of Stockholm’s most quaint and small museums. It was built in 1893 and consists of three floors, showcasing stuffed animals in their natural surroundings. See the mammals and European birds inside dioramas that stretch throughout the whole room, and get a feel for the Nordic landscape.
The Biological museum is perhaps the least known museum in Djurgården. This means that you might get it all to yourself if you get here outside of peak hours.