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Culture, nature & activity

With its proximity to Uppsala and Knivsta, there are plenty of exciting excursions to go on near Krusenberg Herrgård. Visit the Botanical Gardens, play golf or join a guided walking tour of Sigtuna, one of Sweden’s oldest towns.

Nature reserve & shop

Fredrikslunds Gård

In the heart of the beautiful Kungshamn-Morga nature reserve is Fredrikslund, a farm that grows grains, potatoes, strawberries and asparagus. The farm also has its own clothes shop, Butiken på Landet, where you can buy gifts and other nice things.

Lush cultural heritage

The Botanical Gardensin Uppsala

The Botanical Gardens is one of Uppsala’s most popular destinations. Marvel at the grand baroque gardens, visit the 200-year-old orangery with its stately halls or find inspiration for how to grow your own garden among the rockeries, vegetable plants, summer flowers and plants in the systemic quarters.



Three golf coursesnear the manor 

A mere 30-minute drive will take you to three top class 18-hole courses: Vassunda, Bodaholm and Arlandastad Golf. Courses that suit all handicaps and ages while offering green fairways and even greens.

Ask us in the reception if you need help to book!


Uppsala Castle 

A short drive away you will find Uppsala and Uppsala Castle, which has played an important role in Sweden’s history. The castle was built during the reign of Gustav Vasa and was the location of the national assembly and starting point for the King’s politically vital tour, “Eriksgata”. It was the site of some of Sweden’s most historically important events, including the brutal Sture murders in 1567.

Sweden's first town

Walking tourin Sigtuna 

Sigtuna is one of the country’s oldest towns with the highest density of runes. Many characters have made their mark upon the town, including Elsa Beskow with Uncle Blue, today a restaurant, and Aunt Brown, now a café. Walk along the promenade and enjoy the sound of the waves and the willows swaying in the wind.


Culture reserve

Linnés Hammarby

Linnés Hammarby is set in the heart of the Uppland farming fields, around 12 km southeast of central Uppsala. A museum, park, farm shop and café are open seasonally between 1st May and 30th September, but the culture reserve Linnés Hammarby can be visited all year round.