Here you will find information about what to see and do
at the open-air museum.
Our open Air Museum is one of the largest in the
countrywith environments from both urban and
rural areas. During the summer, there are people in the buildings.
At the open-air museum, you can be part of a series of large and
small events. Midsummer celebrations, singing, international party
and a Christmas market are a few examples.
Houses and farms
The town square
Around the square there are buildings from old Harnosand: the Town
Hall with its tower clocks which usually summons the market, the
Russian lodge, tannery and a shop with a 1920s atmosphere.
In the village you will find the Angermanland farm and the
croft. There are also a school and the Spjute Inn. Theres
is also a skittle alley where the skilled can strike a
The Church and the vicarage
In the middle of the village is the church with its magnificent
bell tower, vicarage with garden and church village with cottages
and the parish store house.
In the forest you will find the lumberjacks lodge, the mountain
pasture and a settlement for forest Sami. There are also mounds
from the Bronze Age.
The manor once belonged to Åvike ironworks, one of Swedens oldest
ironworks. Along with the manor there are wings and a garden