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The museum about the life of Astrid Lindgren is great. It tells a lot about her early life in sweden, how she became a children book author and about her later life in sweden's society.
I recommend to book the tour to the childhood house.
This was a truly fantastic place. Very nice and well made exhibition/entrance. Nice, welcoming staff. Great exhibition with headset with different languages. Very good guided tour to Astrids' childhoold home. Quite touching.
Great food at decent prices and finally a wonderful garden. A visit that...More
There are at least three reasons to visit this museum if you are interested in learning more about Astrid Lindgren.
1. The exhibition about her life is truly wonderful. With an audio guide you are guided through Astrids life. You learn what inspired her to...More
The museum provides good insights into Astrid Lindgren's life, and we've learnt quite a lot, but in fact most are photos and figure sceneries. Not much personal artefacts and quotations from diaries, letters, etc. as may often be seen in author's homes elsewhere (except from,...More
For 280 SEK for two persons we could not get a guided tour in English through the house (on that particular day they only had tours in Swedish and German) and we were not informed that one part of the original set was not available...More
We really enjoyed our visit here, the museum is well set out and very interesting (even my husband commented how good it was). I am so inspired by the woman Ingrid Lindgren was and am so glad I visited.
As a writer of books for children, I try to visit Astrid Lindgrens Näs each year.
The place is wonderful.
You can see the one and only lemonadetree there, visit wonderful exhibitions, eat great food and experience a wonderful environment where this superb author, my...More