Uppsala, Sweden

Disagården is an outdoor museum where visitors get a glimpse of how people lived in rural areas during the late 1800s. Part of Uppland Museum, this site preserves the way of life of19th century flatland farmers. You can see a collection of furnished buildings illustrating living and working conditions. Traditional breeds of animals graze the fields. You can learn about the traditional varieties of apples grown here and enjoy the herb garden.



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Founded: 1931
Category: Museums in Sweden
Historical period: Modern and Nonaligned State (Sweden)

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Sara Wallace (9 months ago)
Well curated group of buildings and information. A real snapshot into the past. The guide did say rich farmers, so maybe not an every-man type of set-up, but still a good snapshot. Also have a garden and animals representing local varieties for both. The chickens were following us around, which we found hilarious.
Robin Morgenstern (10 months ago)
A wonderful museum with original farm buildings from 19th century Uppland many of which are open to be explored by visitors. There are also several old breeds of livestock and a garden with plants that were important for everyday life back then. Everything is in great condition and the employees seem very passionate about maintaining the site and sharing their knowledge. We came during a thunderstorm and didn't expect there to be a guided tour, but even though we were just two people, we received a great and very informative tour anyway. A huge thank you to our guide, it really was amazingly informative and felt like the past came alive for a little while. So all in all, Disagården is definitely worth a visit as is all of Gamla Uppsala.
Ezzu Plaazz (10 months ago)
A museum about the Viking ages. Plenty of stuff to see if you're really interested. A fun cosplay area for children and a small shop. I bought some souvenirs from there. Everything is in Swedish and English. Museum has mostly only copies of historical items.
karthik krishneGowda (11 months ago)
Just an amazing place.
Joanna Carab (3 years ago)
Definitely go there if you visit Uppsala during Summer. There are small houses that are maintained pretty well. There are different furniture and tools in the houses that makes you feel like you are in another century. There is a lot of nature, green and animals. The entrance is free and the staff that works there is incredibly polite and lovely! I would say that this is a smaller version of Skansen in Stockholm, however I loved it even more!
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