Even more museums to visit
Naturum Höga Kusten
Naturum Höga Kusten is located at the foot of the majestic Skuleberget, close to Skuleskogen National Park. Visit Naturum and be inspired by the unique nature of the High Coast. Naturum will help you find special places in the area and explain how you get there and how these places were formed. Naturum is a gateway to nature and a great place for the whole family to visit. Don’t miss taking a relaxing break at their café – they serve excellent food and snacks. Free entry.
Ulvö Museum will give you insight into the cultural history of the Ulvön islands and the local people’s deep traditions of fishing and island life that still live on today. The museum is located in the old pilot house and consists of several well-preserved buildings, including a cookhouse and a fisherman’s family cottage. Ulvön is the perfect place to take a ferry on a summer’s day, you can eat well, take a stroll along the pretty village lanes and visit the museum to find out more about this island rich in cultural history. Free entry.
Fritidsbåtmuseet (Leisure Boat Museum) in Härnösand has a collection of 23 unique boats on display. Here you can learn about the connection between boats and their owners but most of all perhaps about people’s love for the sea. The exhibition gives in-depth insight into the development of leisure craft in Sweden. What is it that makes us want to go boating in the summer? Maybe it’s our lust for adventure and need to escape everyday life? The exhibition tells stories of life at sea, boat owners' dreams and the freedom that comes with boating.
Örnsköldsvik Museum & Art Hall
Örnsköldsvik Museum & Art Hall is located in a beautiful building from 1905 close to the centre of town and the harbour. Soak in information on the local history and check out the exhibitions and art that have a focus on societal debate. The museum also has several international associations and has earlier exhibited both the famous Star Wars Exhibition and the Prints of Andy Warhol: From A to B and back again. Take the time to enjoy a coffee in the museum’s café after you have looked around. Free entry.