Julita manor house
Located on the banks of Lake Öljaren, the Julita manor house is home to Sweden's open-air Museum of Agriculture. The main building, Stora huset (1750), is as it was when it was occupied by its last owner, Arthur Bäckström (1861-1941). The grounds boast a rose garden, a belvedere and a former wash house which was subsequently converted into a guest house. Visitors can also admire a collection of horse-drawn carriages, a dairy, a brickyard, lime kiln, tobacco drying shed and a fire station.
Phone:+46 150 48 75 55
Jun-Aug: 11am-5pm; May and Sep: weekends 11am-4pm