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This is an amazing collection of old buildings and you may spend lots of time strolling around in the beautiful park. Descriptions could be a bit more detailed though. There is a small playground area which children will appreciate.
We were a small group of Americans that visited the museum as part of our Scandinavian Viking tour. Our local guide, Gunnar, was great. We were especially interested in the process of making tar, a Viking trade item used to preserve Viking ships, stave churches...More
Stopped by here on our way to Fårö. It was a interesting stop. Basically outlines the lifestyle of people living on Gotland over that centuries.
The museum is a rather large place and I would guess that you should plan on a couple hours to...More
This is probably the densest open-air museum I've been to. It almost works against it -- we ended up sprinting between some of the buildings to try to get just a peek at everything. You could easily spend a day here, but kids probably won't...More
This is a gem of a museum. Masses to see including a wind-powered sawmill (a first for us). The period Childrens' play area was particularly imaginative. Fascinated to see that thy still make 'Stockholm Tar' in the traditional manner - only a pity that they...More
This is an excellent place to better understand Gotland and Sweden's amazing history. The farms from different centuries have been very well presented. I was amazed at the self-reliance and subsistence of people in these isolated places.
Good for a couple of hours on a rainy day - lots of old buildings nicely preserved. Interesting stories presented in each. Could do with a bit of expansion of the English translations. There was quite often a long paragraph or two in Swedish accompanied...More
We visited the Bunge Museum while visiting friends on Gotland. Great outdoor historical museum. Many historic buildings, tools and several outdoor games for kids. The museum offers several picture stones from 400BC and buildings throughout the ages of Swedish History. We spent a little over...More