What the Transport Museum lacks in descriptive texts and focused exhibits, it makes up for in quantity - more than 60 vehicles are stored in this former bus station in eastern Söder. Rows of carriages, trams and buses from the late 1800s to the present cover the development of Stockholm's transport system. For 1kr you can stand in a tramcar from the 1960s and pretend to drive as a grainy film of city streets flashes before you. Children can try on a ticket collector's uniform and ride a miniature Tunnelbana train (tickets cost 10kr). There's a café and a shop selling transport-related paraphernalia, including an excellent selection of Brio trains. The museum is perfect for a rainy-day visit - borrow a guidebook in English from the cashier, since most of the exhibits are labelled in Swedish.