We frequently arrange markets, celebrations of national holidays and other social events at the homestead museum of Kollsberg.

Visitors are warmly invited to take part in our events. Please check the programme below to see what is happening when.

Admission is free unless otherwise indicated. We are looking forward to seeing you at Kollsberg!

Easter market –  23 March 2024

The Easter market at Kollsberg is held every year on Saturday afternoon before Palm Sunday from noon until 3 pm (12.00-15.00 hours). You can buy homemade Easter decorations, such as the traditional Easter witches, embroidery, decorated twigs, and many kinds of pastries. The museum café is open.

Walpurgis night – 30 April 2024

Walpurgis night celebrations have been held at the homestead museum of Kollsberg since 1925. Young and old come together on the last evening of April to listen to songs and speeches, watch the traditional bonfire and, after dark, the fireworks. You are welcome from 7.30 until 10 pm. Refreshments are for sale the whole evening. Entrance fee: 40 SEK/adult, children up to 15 free admission.

National Day – 6 June 2024

The 6th of June is Sweden’s National Day. Since 2016, this day is celebrated at Kollsberg with a moped rally. If you are interested in old or new mopeds, this is your chance to come and watch or participate yourself. Start and finish at the homestead museum!

Midsummer Day – 22 June 2024

One of the highlights of the year is the Midsummer celebration. The day starts at 11 am with a religious service, followed by coffee. After lunch, children dance around the Midsummer pole, and there is an entertainment programme with music and folk dance.

Flea market – 17 August 2024

Flea market (loppis) on the museum grounds! Come and find charming old tableware, clothes, works of art and many other things.

Christmas market – 7 December 2024

JulmarknadThe biggest event of the year at Kollsberg is the traditional Christmas market on Saturday before Second Advent, from 1-4 pm. All houses are open to the public and involved in the market. You can see and buy homemade Christmas decorations, such as traditional spruce bucks, embroideries and knitwear. Or try the local specialty potato sausages (joappelkorv). A great attraction are the homemade gingerbread creations, such as the beautifully crafted gingerbread houses. We also celebrate the feast of Lucia with a Lucia procession. Did you know that Santa Claus is waiting for you in the smoke house? Children can take a horsedrawn sleigh ride in case of snow. The museum café is open for the last time this year!