The Viking age farm Gunnes gård is a Swedish open air museum located in an area with numerous archaeological remains. The site is a reconstruction of a Viking farmstead in the early years of the 11th century. The original farmstead was discovered during excavations at Pollista, not far from the museum.
The site has a unique historic setting, namely two Iron age burial grounds and several runic stones. On one of them is inscribed: "Vibjörn had the stone carved in memory of Gunnes daughter, his wife". Gunnes gård is named after that stone.
Reconstructed Viking age farm. Interpreting Viking period site. Extant grave field, runestones and a Viking age farm site.
Open April to October.
Adult: x Child: x Concession: x
Family of 4: x Family of 5: x
Free admission for 12 months with yor ticket
Purpose of Organisation
Gunnes gård aims to bring to life everyday life on a Swedish farm in the early 11th century. A place where the visitor can experience with all their senses an authentic setting and regardless of background come closer to their own history.