Geijersgården

Geijersgården in Ransäter is author Erik Gustaf Geijer's birthplace. Visit Geijersgården for an experience of a bygone era.
This is where he spent his childhood and youth in the late 16th century.

Geijersgården, an old mannor house, is the birth home of author Erik Gustaf Geijer. Today a museum and memorial ground of three well known Swedish cultural figures - Erik Gustaf Geijer, Fredrik August Dahlgren and Uno Troili.
F.A Dahlgren (1816-1895) who lived on Geijersgården for a period of time is the author of the famous play "Värmlänningarna", which is played in the amphitheater at Ransäters Hembygdsgård every year. Uno Troili (1815-1875) is a well known artist, who is mostly known for his portraits. He was also Erik Gustaf Geijers nephew.
There are many well-preserved items here, such as paintings, books and furniture. Visit Geijersgården to learn more about Erik Gustaf Geijer and for an experience of a bygone era.

Between July 8-18, during Geijersgårdens Culture Week, you may visit the museum without making an advance reservation and no minimum number of persons. Read more on https://bit.ly/30sNOeD.

For information and reservations, please contact Munkfors-Ransäter Tourist Office, +46(0)563-54 10 81 or tourist@munkfors.se.
Opening hours
INFO
Place
2020
May-September.

Only pre-bookings.
Organizer
Name
Geijersgården
Address
Geijersvägen 2
684 93 Ransäter
Municipality: Munkfors
Bengt af Geijerstam
Description
Kulturhistorisk plats med närhet till andra sevärdheter och aktiviteter i Ransäter. Bussparkering finns vid gården.
Directions
50 km north of Karlstad and 10 km south of Munkfors, along road 62.
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Prices

Pricetype: Admission fee, per person
Price: 50 kr
Description:
Only for bookings in advance: Groups of minimum 20 persons, or 1 000 Swedish kronor if less than 20 persons.