Guided tour in the Svartå Manor

Svartå Manor can be visited with a local guide, who describes about the history and the interesting personalities connected to Svartå Manor.

The guide can also put a focus on special interest such as the furniture, paintings, family history or ghost stories and anecdotes. The tour in the manor takes about 45 minutes and is offered in Swedish or Finnish and English or German by agreement. Open during the summer Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 11:00-16:00. (The last guided tour starts at 15:00)

Guided tour in Swedish every open day at 14:00. It is also possible to book guided tours in Swedish on other times.

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Guided tour through the Svartå village

A one hour guided walk around the old village of Svartå can be booked by appointment. The tour starts at the Svartå Manor entrance and continues on along winding paths overlooking the park, statues and follies. The pretty workers houses and the old factory buildings are passed on the way back to where the tour started. For prices please click here.

In the vicinity of Svatå are several well-known music festivals. To mention some of them: “Lux” in Sjundeå (Siuntio), “Music by the sea” in Ingå (Inkoo), the Tenor days in Lojo (Lohja) and the summer concerts of Ekenäs (Tammisaari).

There are many historic places to visit in the vicinity of Svartå: Fiskars Bruk, Billnäs Bruk, Ekenäs (Tammisaari in Finnish), Ingå, Hanko (Hangö in Swedish) and many others.There are many historic places to visit in the vicinity of Svartå: Fiskars Bruk, Billnäs Bruk, Ekenäs (Tammisaari in Finnish), Ingå, Hanko (Hangö in Swedish) and many others. For more ideas check the Hanko and Raasepori website.

The churches of Ingå, Lojo (Lohja in Finnish); Pojo (Pohja in Finnish) are worth a visit.

The important castle of Raseborg is in the neighbourhood of Svartå.There are several museums amongst others in Ekenäs, Lojo, Ingå etc.

www.lansiuudenmaanmuseot.fi

 

A number of different excavation sites from the stone ages can be visited in the park of Svartå and in the nearby medieval fortress ruins of Junkarsborg.