SvindersvikHouse (too small to be considered a castle or even a manor house) was designed in the 1740s by the architect Carl Hårleman, at the request of the mill owner Claes Grill, in a Rococo style and with inspiration from contemporary French architecture.
The two-storey building has changed hands successively until 1949, when it was bought by the Nordic Museum. At present, Svindersvik is one of the oldest preserved country residences in Sweden and is open to the public through guided tours.
Public tours on Sundays (June 3rdto September 9th) at 12:00, 13:00 and 14:00
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