Borås Museum

Borås, Sweden

The Borås open air museum exhibits the traditional building methods and lifestyles of past centuries. The buildings have been transported from various parts of the Sjuhärad region. The unique sight is a wooden church built in 1690. It has been moved from Kinnarumma.

  • Marianne Mehling et al. Knaurs Kulturführer in Farbe. Schweden. München 1987.


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Ramnaparken, Borås, Sweden
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Category: Museums in Sweden


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Anne-Marie Sänd (18 months ago)
Was in Ramnaparken. Under par place to explore old times. Fiket as good as usual
Taha Benseddik (2 years ago)
Simply amazing, do get the tour.
Andreas Furth (2 years ago)
The lady is super nice. Also there's two Pokemon gyms.
Sasa Stoilov (2 years ago)
Very nice and peaceful place to chill out, definitely recommend
Vasilis Drogkoulas (2 years ago)
Too small, nice location
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