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Museiplan, Ostersund 831 31, Sweden
+46 63 15 01 00
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Well worth a visit. A must see for both the indoor museum and the outdoor one.

There are numerous little "outdoor museums" - or villages, it turns out, across Sweden. Jamtli was... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Good scenic spot

Interesting and good local museum. A good stop with a classic museum and an outdoor museum. The... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2017
Magnus R
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Jamtli offers an exciting journey through the history of Jamtland and Harjedalen. Here you will discover stimulating milieux and enjoy being part of history. The museum has permanent exhibitions about the region's past alongside temporary exhibitions of arts and handicrafts. Some exhibitions take up current matters of public interest and explore them from an historical perspective. Every summer, the open air museum turns into Jamtli Historieland (living history theme park). The historical buildings come alive with history and role plays, where visitors are drawn into eventful and playful stories from 1785 until 1975. Jamtli Historieland enables you, as a visitor, to associate with the actors who bring to life and portray people from the past. Jamtli gives access to our regional heritage and provides a place where we can discuss our values and life-styles, then and now. Jamtli gives you the opportunity to make the most of your visit. Perhaps you would like to bring your own picnic basket and spend your time relaxing in the stunning parks. Or you might want to meet the actors, such as Astrid and Sture who farm the Per Albin-torpet (The Smallholding) from 1942? Or you may be fascinated by the 1,000-year-old tapestries, "The Overhogdal Tapestries". You choose, so bring your whole family, your friends, your company employees or just come on your own to an enjoyable, entertaining and magical museum where you can see, touch and act!
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Museiplan, Ostersund 831 31, Sweden
+46 63 15 01 00
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Reviewed 1 week ago

There are numerous little "outdoor museums" - or villages, it turns out, across Sweden. Jamtli was on our list however, as one of the bigger ones, near my wife's ancestral lands, and with personnel reenacting in the outdoor area. Plus, we visit these outdoor living...More

Thank Kosmo63
Reviewed 31 May 2017 via mobile

Interesting and good local museum. A good stop with a classic museum and an outdoor museum. The collections gives a good idea of the prehistoric and historical phases of the area.

Thank Magnus R
Reviewed 31 May 2017

Although some of the buildings were shut it was possible to wander around and in many of the old buildings. Some renovation and building works were going on but did not directly impact the exhibits. Worth a wander up as it's not far from the...More

Reviewed 29 April 2017

Enjoyable for the whole familly. Focus is experiencing live history in the outdoor museum. Fun and exciting for all ages. Dont miss out on the indoor museum!

Thank Yrjana
Reviewed 4 February 2017

I visited in winter so the buildings in the grounds were closed. The museum is beautifully made, it really feels as if you were outside in the woods. I had a English audio guide which is a must if you do not speak Swedish. Unfortunately,...More

1  Thank Martina1888
JamtliMuseum, Informationsansvarig at Jamtli, responded to this reviewResponded 10 February 2017

Hi! Thank you for your feedback and great review. We will look into adding laser points to the Viking exhibition.

Reviewed 27 January 2017 via mobile

I think this is best as a summer attraction when all the external areas are open. However, we really enjoyed the internal museum which has been superbly put together. This is worth a visit in its own right. The audio guide with English translation is...More

2  Thank Mark O
JamtliMuseum, Informationsansvarig at Jamtli, responded to this reviewResponded 10 February 2017

Thank you for your kind words!

Reviewed 26 November 2016

This was the second restored buildings museum on our trip it is quite big and well spread out so you feel as though you are walking from place to place. The buildings are only manned and open to visitors in high season because of this...More

1  Thank blbttl74
Reviewed 11 September 2016

This is a very friendly museum with more than you can see in a day. It has wonderful interactive displays for children. Superb displays of historic rural life and crafts. High quality craft goods in the shop and good cafés. All round an extremely high...More

1  Thank jomolly2016
Reviewed 28 August 2016 via mobile

Wonderful display of local history from early times to present. This museum has free entry for nine months of the year and only charges an entry fee during certain special displays or celebrations. We didn't see any of the special displays but were there for...More

1  Thank bemusedtraveller
Reviewed 26 August 2016 via mobile

A walk through history. Fantastic old houses, and actors showing how people lived in Sweden through the last few centuries. Lots for the kids to do. Nice restaurant. Quite expensive to enter, but you can come back the next day for free.

Thank Stian Gjersvik J
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