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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Max Pauesander (10 months ago)
It is nice place. Was lucky enough to buy a cabbage bun. Have celebrated many midsummers there when I was younger.
Lars B Andersson (2 years ago)
Great place to learn about local history
Nils Berggren (2 years ago)
Nice conference room in an easily accessible and nice environment. Bollnäs Parish's Hembygdsförening rents out for associations' annual meetings, gatherings and also for celebrations after weddings, baptisms, school graduations and graduations.
Teum Se (4 years ago)
I like the place.
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