• Photographer: Åke E:son Lindman
    Photographer: Oktod AB

Huseby bruk

Well-preserved industrial environment

Huseby has a long tradition as an ironworks. In the 1620s Huseby was given to Lord High Admiral Karl Karlsson Gyllenhielm and it was he who had an ironworks built. Here pig iron was produced until 1930, while the foundry remained in operation into the 1950s.

Huseby Bruk is managed by National Property Board Sweden. Much of the area around the old ironworks has been upgraded in order to recreate as far as possible the environment and atmosphere of the turn of the last century. Huseby has a largely unchanged upper-class environment from the late nineteenth century.

In recent years Huseby Bruk has been transformed into a modern shopping and handicrafts centre. Here companies, museums and associations work side by side in this beautiful industrial area.

The manor house is open to the public in the summer season and to pre-booked groups the rest of the year.

Facilities:

  • Beach
  • WC
  • Café
  • Restaurant
  • Parking
  • Garden
  • Museum
  • Path
  • Park
  • Shop

Opening hours. Things to see and do:

Huseby bruk