Lovely old castle situated on Sweden's biggest inland lake. English tours are available, but only at certain times. There are a few stairs to get to the different levels. Most of the furniture has been removed and in its place are art exhibitions. There was a sculpture and photographic exhibition on display when I visited. Also when I visited, there were opera performances held at a certain time in the courtyard (I believe this was especially for summer vacation). A well maintained herb garden is there too. If you have your own car, visit Spiken (about 3kms away) a pretty little place where boats are moored on the lake. There you can have a nice lunch and browse a small selection of art and craft shops.
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