Torekällberget friluftsmuseum , S 151 89 Södertalje ( last change : 14.04.2016 21:52:34 )

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Torekällberget friluftsmuseum
S- 151 89 Södertalje
Phone : +46 8 523 014 22    
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The city
The museum area is made ​​up of "the city" and "country". In the city at the square, is located the Handelsbod house that accommodates Handelsboden and exhibitions. Here are Pagelska courtyard where one can see how a bourgeois family could have it in the mid-1800s and a workshop showing how a blacksmith at Scania Vabis lived around 1915. In the city district you will also find shops and cafes.

The country
In the part called "the country" is the farm Raby estate with only old Swedish native breeds - endangered today - barns and pastures. Next to the farm you will find Båtsmanstorpet with his little plot. A short distance away is Lillgården, an historic playhouse for children. There is also a dance floor, the beautiful pond and windmill - Torekällbergets symbol.

The livestock
Self catering means you produced your food yourself. All of our animals are Swedish native breeds. These breeds are of ancient origin and looks much like the animals did in the past. The breeds you can see with us are all endangered, except the Gotland ponies.

Opening hours :
daily 10 am to 16 pm, in summer extended to 17 pm
open 365 days a year

Admission price :
Free entry

Events :
see website of the museum

Restaurant, Description :
Café Bellevue
Solbackens Café
Torekallbergets Bakery

More Infos :
Forbidden to grill on the field.
Dogs must be connected.
The area is pedestrian.

Infrastructure :
  Imbiss/Kiosk  Picknick  Kiosk-Verkaufsladen-Hofladen        



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