Sandbergs gård

Sandbergs gård

The richly adorned entrance in a regional rococo style that lead into the Sandberg homestead from Storgatan is probably the most photographed archway in Nora. The property is one of the most well-preserved 18th century homesteads in the town.

The courtyard features a separate building with a hipped saddle roof that in the 18th century functioned as a coffee house with rooms reserved for the district’s ironmasters.

Vintage railway/Pershyttan

Take your seat, please, close the doors – and set out on an old-fashioned train adventure! The vintage railway and the station area in Nora afford a peak experience that fascinates both children and adults. Begin with a tour of the well-preserved stati …

Sandbergs gård

The richly adorned entrance in a regional rococo style that lead into the Sandberg homestead from Storgatan is probably the most photographed archway in Nora. The property is one of the most well-preserved 18th century homesteads in the town. The court …

Rådstugugatan

Rambergska gården The archway is baroque-inspired with rhombic-patterned doors that lead into a large courtyard. Most of the buildings in the yard are from the 1960s. The extensive rebuilding programme of the 1960s left only the 18th century building a …

30 maj, 2014
Bild: Visar interiör på Vaxblekaregården. Foto: Lars Thunbjörk

Eksjö, Hjo, Nora. Three small, wooden towns in Sweden that create a distinctive image for themselves with the most Swedish things we have – beautiful wooden buildings erected by skilled craftsmen from the 18th century onwards; buildings beautifully pai …