Karlstad Town Hall Square
Despite spending the night, we get up early to take advantage of our last day of travel. Breakfast half zombies in the hotel buffet and we walked to the Värmland Museum.
This museum is like the village market: it has a bit of everything. It goes without saying that we are missing some more information in English, but they told us they were working on it.
We were able to learn a little about the history of the region from the days of prehistory to the present moment through the Viking era and neutrality in World War II.
Children's area of the Värmlands Museum
Everything is illustrated with objects rescued by archaeologists and models or scenarios mounted to represent each era.
There are other rooms dedicated to art: painting, sculpture, photography and computer designs are included in this part.
We finished our walk in a room dedicated to the entertainment of the little ones that took us back to the museum shop. There we said goodbye to our guide and headed to the central square of Karlstad.
In the town hall square of Karlstad we could catch some bicycles that are free for everyone. You just have to give your passport number and you can take it until the closing time of the kiosk. A great idea that I doubt will succeed in Spain without leaving any document or credit card as guarantee.
The band with the free bikes. Happy as licorice.