Disagården Open air museumMidsummer Eve. Picture: Karoline Svensson
At the open-air museum Disagården in Old Uppsala visitors can experience how people lived in the Upplandic countryside during the late 1800’s.
The open-air museum is situated in an idyllic location on the edge of Gamla Uppsala, just behind the Uppsala mounds and Gamla Uppsala church.
Every Sunday during 1st June to 31st August visitors can participate in various activities. Midsummer celebrations, hay harvesting with scythes, historic building conservation lectures, folk dance, autumn Harvest Day celebrations are just a few of the programs which are offered. For more information (in Swedish) check our calendar.
Open daily 1st June–31st August, 10am–5pm. Closed 10th June.
From 2nd May the open-air museum is open for association, company and school groups. If the gates are open, the general public is welcome to come in but no programs are offered.
Free admission to the area
Guided tours are free of charge
Tours for the general public are offered daily 1st June–31st August at 1:00 pm. Tours for children daily at 2:00pm, when requested we combine and do tours in both Swedish and English. All the cottages are open for viewing daily 3:00-4:00 pm.
Companies and associations can book guided tours 2nd May–30th September. Cost: 1000 SEK weekdays 8:30-5 pm, evenings and weekends 1600 SEK.
Sundays 2nd June–25 th August, 12pm–4 pm.
Wednesdays 26 th June–31st July 7pm–10pm.
Open also during Midsummer celebrations.