All of the events below are free of charge unless otherwise stated.
The information provided may be subject to changes.
Guides in historical costumes will make the history come alive.
Daily 10.00-17.00 during week 25-32.
Midsummer Eve in June is traditionally celebrated with song and music, folk dance and dancing around the maypole.
Midsummer Eve (the date varies)13.30-15.00.
Meet fiddlers with violins, accordions and key harps and listen to traditional Swedish folk music.
Last Sunday in July 13.00-16.00 ca.
Weekend week 32 11.00-16.00.
A festival where gardening, harvesting and cultivation are in focus.
First Sunday in September 11.00-16.00.
Exhibition with many local varieties of apples and other fruits.
Mid-September (dates vary).
During Swedish children school holidays in late Autumn, the museum offers activities relating to old and new traditions around local folklore.
Daily week 44.
Gather around hearths and fires and enjoy the merry atmosphere as you take in carols and Christmas stories as well as crafts, sweets and food at the traditional Christmas market. Discover local Christmas traditions through time, all the way from the 1600s to the 1940s.
The first weekend of advent 11.00-16.00.
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