Kämpens Museum

Bollnäs, Sweden

Kämpens is a well-preserved farmstead originating from the 16th century and a farmhouse of great historical and cultural significance. There are many preserved objects of Hälsingland's folk art. The museum is open in summer season.



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Teum Se (3 years ago)
I like the place.
Teum Se (3 years ago)
I like the place.
Klara Salonen (4 years ago)
Lovely feeling of old times.
Klara Salonen (4 years ago)
Lovely feeling of old times.
Bror Jonsson (VR360VIEW) (4 years ago)
Top good for Midsummer celebration.
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