Welcome to Vallby Open Air Museum

Farmstead and flower bed

Vallby open air museum tells the story of life in Västmanland county. Since 1921, over fifty buildings have been rescued and rebuilt at Vallby open air museum. The museum is spread over 37 acres and includes period gardens, orchards, farming landscapes and native breeds, as well as the collection of historic buildings.

Learn more about the museum by clicking on the images.


Visitors information

Vallby Open Air Museum is open every day all year round. Find information on opening times, how to get here and other useful information.



Every year Vallby Open Air Museum hosts a number of festivals and living history during summer.

Restaurant sign

Restaurant and café

The restaurant serves lunches, a la carte, tasty sandwiches and delicious pastries. Learn more about opening hours, booking and contact information.



At the museum you can find quality crafts of silver.


Historic buildings

Vallby Open Air Museum recreates and show historical environments from the 1600s to 1900s. Learn more about the historic buildings.

Sheep and lamb

Native breeds

The animals are a part of the museum's effort to preserve Sweden's biological heritage. Learn more about the native breeds.



The gardens and plants are a kind of live exhibit that includes endangered plants species. Learn more about the gardens.


Agriculture and landscape

At Vallby Open Air Museum we show how farming in the old days might have looked like. Learn more about the agriculture and landscape.