Address: Bastutjärn 935 91 Norsjö
Step into a home in the past. At Dahlbergsgården everything is left as the home was in 1979.
Dalhbergsgården is one of two beautiful 19th century houses in the village of Bastutjärn that offers a fascinating glimpse into how we used to live. Built in 1826 and once owned by well-known botanist and animal medicine specialist Moses Dahlberg, the house and all its contents, such as utensils, artefacts and tools and an organ in full working order, have been preserved in situ. In 1979 the last resident left. For the last 30 years the building has welcomed visitors, giving them a fascinating glimpse of yesteryear. End your trip back in time here by enjoying some refreshments in the old-style kitchen and the view which includes the forest and nearby lake.
Open July 5-7 12.00-16.00, otherwise only open if pre booked.
+46 (0)918 - 14200
Dahlbergsgården is located 7 km outside of Norsjö. From Norsjö: Take the northern road towards Skellefteå. After approx. 7 km, turn left- there are signs that will guide you.