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Beautifully preserved 17th-18th C industrial site enclosed by woodlands.

We took the 2 hour SJ train from Stockholm Central, transferring in Vasteras arriving in the rain... read more

Reviewed 12 August 2018
Gene J
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Silver Spring, Maryland
UNESCO World Heritage Site

I had visited Normaling Ironworks previously and I loved the site. This one is even more... read more

Reviewed 7 June 2016
Ana L
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Boliden, Sweden
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12 Aug 2018
“Beautifully preserved 17th-18th C industrial site enclosed by woodlands.”
7 Jun 2016
“UNESCO World Heritage Site”
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Reviewed 12 August 2018

We took the 2 hour SJ train from Stockholm Central, transferring in Vasteras arriving in the rain at 12:14 PM. Fortunately just 400 meters up the road was the 1st class lake view Nya Serveringen Restaurant or it's nearby bucolic cafe. After a wonderful but...More

Thank Gene J
Reviewed 7 June 2016

I had visited Normaling Ironworks previously and I loved the site. This one is even more impressive. You can get a guided visit from April until September, and even buy a joint ticket to visit the Ironworks and the Oil island (the oldest preserved oil...More

Thank Ana L
Reviewed 1 April 2015

We visited during winter season, so the whole place was closed, but we could walk around freely, up to the manor house and see the interesting buildings at least from inside. English descriptions are provided at each stop so we could get at least some...More

Thank Tina Q
Reviewed 19 October 2013

I visited in 2008. Guide was excellent, spoke English well and said he learnt more from me than i did from him - I am a retired iron maker.

2  Thank Jeremy P
Reviewed 24 July 2012

This really is a nice place to look around and get an impression on how the mill worked, Apart from the works, there are houses that show how life was in this age. Only the guide was very poor in English: she would talk in...More

1  Thank RVe_395
Reviewed 24 October 2009

This place came as an surprise. The iron work is very well preserved, and a lot of the machines still works (they will start the water wheel during the tour and you might be able to give a hand in this). The place was more...More

2  Thank dgjohansson
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