– A good way to start your visit in Gammelstad!
Start your visit at Gammelstad by discovering Visitor Center first. Why? Well, here you find everything you need for a good introduction of the area and all our sights and activities.
This is what we can offer for you who want to discover Gammelstad:
- A very appreciated exhibition that tells the story of Gammelstad – Free entrance (closed for renovation from 11th of January 2021)
- Interesting slideshows about Gammelstad – Free entrance (closed for renovation from 11th of January 2021)
- Brochures and maps.
- Guided tours all year round.
- An answer to your questions from our skilled staff.
- Insights on our most special and cherished spots.
When are we open?
For Visitors Center’s opening hours. Click here.
Our exhibition – An exciting journey in time
Join us upstairs at the Visitor Center. Here you will find the exhibition “A place they call the mountain”. The exhibition will take you back on a journey through the history of Gammelstad, from very far back to the present times. By objects, pictures and stories you will get to know personal portraits that will give you a wider understanding of the story. The exhibition also includes a room with slideshows where you can watch shorter films.
Our exhibition and slideshow room will be closed from January 11th 2021 for renovation. We will open a newly renovated exhibition during 2021.
Guided tours – Get to know Gammelstad further, all year round
Here at the Visitor Center we arrange guided tours of the Church Town, both summer and wintertime. We have pre-booked tours as well as scheduled drop-in tours. Of course we only use authorised Gammelstad guides and we can provide tours in several languages. We also have audioguides to rent if you want to go on a tour on your own. Click here to read more about our guided tours in the Church Town of Gammelstad.
Our shop – souvenirs from Gammelstad
At the entrance floor of the Visitor Center you will find our little giftshop. Here you can find nice gifts for yourself and others. We have a wide range of products which includes local souvenirs, books, locally produced honey and much more.