This extensive Sodermanland estate on Lake Oljaren is said to be the world’s largest open-air museum. It was created in the first half of the 20th century by the romantic Lieutenant Arthur Backstrom and in 1941 was donated to Stockholm’s Nordiska Museet. Julita is a working estate farm with parks and gardens, and an 18th-century manor house built on the site of a medieval Cistercian monastery.
The estate has a collection of buildings reflecting rural life in Sodermanland. Threatened national species of cow, pig, sheep, hen and duck are cared for at the Swedish agricultural museum. There is also a dairy museum. Children are welcome to pop into the house of the much-loved children’s literary character, Pettson, and his cat Findus.
Julita Gard’s buildings representing rural life in Sodermanland
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