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Gamla Linkoping Open-Air Museum

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Historical & interesting

Greatly enjoyed our visit to this lovely historical Swedish village. The homes are accurate with... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2018
pshurd
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Everywhere USA
Beautifully done showing life in Sweden in times past. Entire family enjoyed the park/museum

Excellent open air museum. I had our entire family including 7 adults and 5 chilfren ranging i age... read more

Reviewed 17 September 2018
AggieBob1629
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Clovis, California
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Gamla Linkoping Open-Air Museum - year-round experiences Travel in time and experience life in a small Swedish city a hundred or more years ago. In the Old Town neighbourhood you will find wooden houses, cobblestone alleys, gardens and many museums...more
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Tunnbindaregatan 1 | Municipality of Linkoping, Linkoping S-58181, Sweden
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All reviews open air museum old town swedish town experience life living history colonial williamsburg lovely afternoon real favourite swedish version old days couple of hours buy souvenirs nice walk whole family great fun worth a visit swedish history
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Reviewed 30 September 2018

Greatly enjoyed our visit to this lovely historical Swedish village. The homes are accurate with knowledgeable docents to teach you how things were done. The interior decorations are extremely interesting. You could easily spend a day here. We only had a couple of hours, but...More

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Reviewed 17 September 2018

Excellent open air museum. I had our entire family including 7 adults and 5 chilfren ranging i age from 12 to 8 months and we found the park very well done with excellent showing of life in Sweden in times past.

Thank AggieBob1629
Reviewed 3 September 2018

Lots to see and do! Old houses and other buildnings moved here from different parts of Linköping and other parts of the country to form a small, "old city" outdoors museum with quaint little houses, lovely gardens and shops that look like they did at...More

Thank 750joost
Reviewed 26 August 2018

We didn't expect much from this place but we sould as we had a wonderful time! It's a really nice old village where you can walk, come in houses, meet people, discovr crafts. And don't miss the candy shop at the entrance!

Thank mariebl0is
Reviewed 24 August 2018 via mobile

If you wanna spend a lovely afternoon getting to know more about life in Sweden in the past this is definitely the place to be. Lost of things to discover, some shops to buy souvenirs or historical things like wooden spoons etc. There are also...More

Thank Annika M
Reviewed 20 August 2018

Really interesting and exciting museum. Lots of activities for children. Exciting shops. 80 SEK per person for access to a special activity house is too expensive when you are a whole family. Otherwise everything else is free and free parking.

Thank Mia M
Reviewed 15 July 2018

We reached the place too early, so only some shops wer open yet and the place was still empty and we got good shots of the wonderful wooden buildings. What an enchanted spirit you feel there - beautiful pleace. Don't forget to try the original...More

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Reviewed 17 June 2018 via mobile

Wow...great to wander around traditional Swedish houses and go inside. Cobbled streets delight us anyway and we are grateful as you get a sense of real Swedish history here. So delighted homes moved and preserved instead if being destroyed. It's all brought to life here....More

Thank 22tourer
Reviewed 16 June 2018 via mobile

fun for a leisurely walk and experience life of the old linköping. as we went there on sunday, there is a small chapel that invites the public to join in prayer and praise.

Thank allan_y1965
Reviewed 3 April 2018

It was about an half hour walk from the main town to the museum. It was free just to walk in. We went in March when most of the shops etc were closed but it was still worth visiting.

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