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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Ritvars Oļšauskas (4 months ago)
Birgitta Hansson (5 months ago)
Alltid roligt att få komma dit och träffa medlemmar i hjärt och lung föreningen. Bollnäs -ovanåker.
ulrika möller (6 months ago)
Jättebra
Bernt Drewsen (9 months ago)
Trivsamt ställe.
Ofeg Viking (2 years ago)
Bollnäs Hembygdsgård och en trevlig sådan.
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