This is how the people of Kalmar lived together on Kvarnholmen in the past
With Göran Tagesson, docent in historical archaeology, Uppsala University after a brief introduction by Liselotte Jumme,...Läs mer
In the 17th century, the entire city of Kalmar was moved to the island of Kvarnholmen, a gigantic project that was carried out against all odds. During the city tour you will learn more about life in Kalmar during the great power era and about the fate of the Regal ship Kronan. We tell about the teeming city life, about both the city president Grubbe and the executioner's daughter Margareta. You will hear about people, houses and events in and around the city of Kalmar when the great power was at its greatest. You will also learn more about the dramatic years during the Scanian War, when the great regal ship Kronan was wrecked and the enemy ravaged the coasts.
For a group of up to 30 people.
Weekday: SEK 1,500 (excluding VAT)
Weekday evening after five o'clock: SEK 1,800 (excluding VAT)
Weekend daytime: SEK 2,000 (excluding VAT)
Children's groups, weekdays: SEK 1,200 (excluding VAT)
The guide is in Swedish. We conduct the city tour in English upon special request.
To book a city tour, contact Kalmar County Museum's reception with your booking request via firstname.lastname@example.org or 0480-45 13 00. You can also fill in our form. We will return with a confirmation as soon as possible. Please note that the booking is only complete when we have been in contact with each other and secured a time and date together.