A visit to Disagården (Disa Farm) is like going back in time to more than a century ago. The estate is an open air museum consisting of old buildings that together give visitors an idea of what an Uppland village may have looked like back in the mid-1800s. The buildings, which have furnishing typical to the time period, were brought to the site from their original locations throughout Uppland.
Visitors to Disagården are given insight into how the farming community lived in rural Sweden in the latter part of the 1800s. The estate is a living environment, with crops that are cultivated and animals that are tended. At the farm, you will find native-breed animals such as sheep and chickens. The farm also grows culturally historic crops, such as grain, potatoes, flax and root vegetables, and has both a cabbage patch and an herb garden. You will also find a collection of old varieties of apples from the Mälardalen (Mälaren Valley) region.
The estate is owned by Upplandsmuseet (Uppland County Museum).
Facilities Disabled persons
toilet for disabled persons