Rosendals Trädgård

family travel stockholm

This vast biodynamic farm consists of picturesque orchards, flower beds and vegetable plots punctuated by well-placed picnic tables. It’s free to enter and stroll around the gorgeous grounds. They only ask that you support their agricultural educational efforts by dining at the cafe.

Stockholmers flock here on the weekends to lunch on organic fare under the apple trees. Lunching here is a far cry from charitable work. The minimal black board menu will have three or four reasonably-priced, simple, satisfying options featuring produce that’s in season. They sell it until it runs out, and it always runs out. Whatever you order, you get to mop it up the remainder with a slice of their talked-about bread baked in the stone hearth on the farm. They also serve beer and wine.

Note that there are picnic tables, but when these fill up, a picnic blanket comes in handy. You don’t have to worry about kids behaving in restaurants or highchairs because kids roam free. This is the friendliest of child friendly venues. Your small folk will meet plenty of new playmates.


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Small Folk Travel is a family travel site by mama and travel writer Taraneh Jerven. The Jerven family (two toddlers, one bun in the oven) travels incessantly. When researching our trips, we couldn't find the family travel coverage we were looking for. We did our own research. We wrote the family travel guides ourselves. Taraneh Jerven writes for international travel publishers including and DK Eyewitness Travel. We cover good stuff for discerning parents and their little ones. Often these overlap. If they don't, we take turns.

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