The Kvarnbo burial field consists of one rune stone, some 50 circular stone arrangements and about 30 bauta stones (most of which are used to mark graves). Finds from excavations date the burial field to the end of the pre-Roman Iron Age (around the year 0). Several weapons are among the finds.
Just past Kvarnbo, the Hågaån River dug a deep and lush ravine. The 19th century mill has stood still since the 1940s, but the area around the mill is teeming with exciting plant life and the water is home to water insects and fish. A handicap-accessible bridge allows you to experience the river and ravine from above. Why not have a visit on a summer evening and try to catch sight of some bats?