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Kyrkhult Farmhouse

The Kyrkhult farmhouse (Kyrkhultsstugan) comes from Blekinge where it served as a dwelling house on a farm. Other buildings such as the stable, cowshed and threshing barn no longer exist. The little garden with beehives and flowers that existed at the original location has been recreated in front of the house.

Day Time
17 June 2024 10.00-17.00
18 June 2024 10.00-17.00
19 June 2024 10.00-17.00
20 June 2024 10.00-17.00
21 June 2024 10.00-17.00
22 June 2024 10.00-18.00
23 June 2024 10.00-18.00
24 June 2024 10.00-17.00
25 June 2024 10.00-17.00
26 June 2024 10.00-17.00
27 June 2024 10.00-17.00
28 June 2024 10.00-17.00
29 June 2024 10.00-18.00
30 June 2024 10.00-18.00
1 July 2024 10.00-17.00
2 July 2024 10.00-17.00
3 July 2024 10.00-17.00
4 July 2024 10.00-17.00
5 July 2024 10.00-17.00
6 July 2024 10.00-18.00
7 July 2024 10.00-18.00
8 July 2024 10.00-17.00
9 July 2024 10.00-17.00
10 July 2024 10.00-17.00
11 July 2024 10.00-17.00
12 July 2024 10.00-17.00
13 July 2024 10.00-18.00
14 July 2024 10.00-18.00
15 July 2024 10.00-17.00
16 July 2024 10.00-17.00
17 July 2024 10.00-17.00
18 July 2024 10.00-17.00
19 July 2024 10.00-17.00
20 July 2024 10.00-18.00
21 July 2024 10.00-18.00
22 July 2024 10.00-17.00
23 July 2024 10.00-17.00
24 July 2024 10.00-17.00
25 July 2024 10.00-17.00
26 July 2024 10.00-17.00
27 July 2024 10.00-18.00
28 July 2024 10.00-18.00
29 July 2024 10.00-17.00
30 July 2024 10.00-17.00
31 July 2024 10.00-17.00
1 August 2024 10.00-17.00
2 August 2024 10.00-17.00
3 August 2024 10.00-18.00
4 August 2024 10.00-18.00
5 August 2024 10.00-17.00
6 August 2024 10.00-17.00
7 August 2024 10.00-17.00
8 August 2024 10.00-17.00
9 August 2024 10.00-17.00
10 August 2024 10.00-18.00
11 August 2024 10.00-18.00
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