An outstanding museum, great atmosphere and they even sell the great Swedish Gransfors Bruks axes.
I have been there many times and am a regular visitor for the ploughing and threshing annual events. What a magnificent day out, they sure did build better houses back in those days! Interesting is the audio guide to one of the houses, by former Patron of the museum and expert on timber framed buildings.
Some of the craftsmen there are a little unfriendly and patronising, for example the lathe turner. However, I guess they just embody a tradition of 'apprenticeship' where people have to go through harsh training to get as skilled as they are. Thus they do not suffer fools.
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