Find out how people once lived on Gotland at one of Sweden’s biggest open-air museums. Here you can meet farmers, fishermen, crofters, stone workers, craftsmen, school teachers and paupers in houses and on farms dating from the mid-17th century to the end of the 1920s. The Play House has toys and games from olden times, and young and old can walk on stilts, make log-house puzzels and toss the caber. You will find the dates of markets, tournaments, and other fun events at:
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Stora Karlsö

Take the boat to Stora Karlsö with its teeming bird cliffs, dazzling carpet of orchids, and inspiring cultural history. The crossing from Klintehamn takes just half an hour, but the sense of entering another world is unreal. Your knowledgeable guide will take you on a 2.5 hour walk at an easy pace to discover the island’s main sights. The restaurant on Stora Karlsö enjoys fabulous sea views. Treat yourself to a night’s stay at Fyrbyn, the magnificent clifftop lighthouse.
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Do & See

Museum Lars Jonsson

A permanent exhibition of oil paintings, watercolours and sketch books by Lars Jonsson, housed in the old parsonage at Vamlingbo. Paintings and studies of the bird life and nature of Storsudret. Gallery shop selling lithographs, books, posters and postcards. The parsonage is surrounded by extensive gardens and a beautiful park adjoining the 13th century church. The parsonage café serves coffee, home baking, and light lunches with an italian flavour. Holiday accommodation: Rooms are available in the north wing, renovated and furnished in 18th century style. Naturum Gotland housed in the south range of the farmyard, is an exhibition on the geology, flora and fauna of Gotland sponsored by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and the county administration.
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