Aspegrens Trädgård Rosenlund
A little walled oasis lies 1km southeast of the kauppatori. Aspegren’s Gardens was created by priest Gabriel Aspegren in the 1700s....
Aspegren’s Gardens' rectory outbuildings hold the Hembygdsmuseum, crammed with sleighs, agricultural equipment and hunting traps.
Finland’s richest man, shipping magnate Otto Malm, was the last person to live in Malm House. On his death in 1898, the house became...
Live music performs most weekends at this sociable pub opening to a huge beer garden. Bonus: pinball machine.
This smashing cafe-cultural centre is the best hang-out in town, with a relaxed atmosphere, well-spaced tables, chilled-out music and a...
Vasavägen 118 · interesting places nearby
Pedersöre Church information
Dating from the 1400s, this is one of the region’s oldest churches. King Gustav III of Sweden personally signed off on the plans to expand the church into the cruciform, though builders ignored his instruction to demolish the towering spire, which was later destroyed by fire, before being restored to its original form.