Embracing classic 18th-century Swedish architecture and nestled amidst manicured gardens, Gunnebo House stands as a testament to timeless elegance and design. Read moreBook my trip to Gunnebo House
Located just outside Gothenburg, this Neoclassical gem invites visitors to step back in time and relish its historic charm. Constructed between 1778 and 1796, Gunnebo House is one of the most significant and best-preserved wooden manor houses in Sweden. Commissioned by merchant John Hall and designed by the renowned city architect Carl Wilhelm Carlberg, the house reflects the style, opulence, and tastes of the Gustavian era. Surrounded by lush gardens, including an English park, a French formal garden, and a kitchen garden, the estate offers not just architectural allure but a botanical feast. The interiors, painstakingly restored, exhibit original furnishings and paintwork, providing insights into 18th-century noble life.
Gunnebo House, with its rich history, architectural grandeur, and tranquil gardens, offers visitors a chance to immerse themselves in Swedish cultural heritage while enjoying the serene beauty of its surroundings.
Guided tours through the principal house offer a glimpse into the daily life of the 18th-century Swedish elite, showcasing splendid rooms and artifacts.
Wander through beautifully designed gardens, including ornate parterres, enchanting groves, and functional kitchen gardens that once supplied the household.
Explore the areas where the house staff lived and worked, offering a contrasting view of 18th-century life.
Join expert-led tours to understand the history, design, and plant species of the different gardens.
Relish organic and sustainably sourced meals, many ingredients of which come directly from the estate's kitchen garden.
Learn about the estate's commitment to sustainability, from organic gardening to eco-friendly operations.
Throughout the year, Gunnebo House hosts various events, from classical concerts to Christmas markets, celebrating Swedish culture and heritage.
Originally built to grow exotic plants, this space now serves as a serene spot for relaxation and occasional exhibitions.
Explore the surrounding forested areas, home to native flora and fauna, through well-marked trails.
Purchase unique souvenirs, organic garden produce, and handcrafted items inspired by Gunnebo's history and nature.
Gothenburg, or Göteborg as locals call it, sits on Sweden's west coast, a maritime city where Nordic charm meets a continental vibe.
A breathtaking nature reserve on Sweden's Bjäre Peninsula, beckons visitors with its rugged coastline, dramatic cliffs, and enigmatic stone formations. This natural wonder, where the land meets the roaring sea, paints a picture of timeless beauty.
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