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The manor house at Gulskogen was erected in the Louis XVI style in 1804. The house contains the original furnishings that belonged to several generations of the Arbo family. The painter Peter Nikolai Arbo had his childhood here, and there are...more
This manor belonged to the same family all the way up to the 1970"s. The last owner lived in the house up to that time. Because of this Gukskogen Manor is a charming place with a lot of it' original old furniture, wallpaper etc. The...More
Around the manor there is a fantastic nice park. With an alle of old oaks and to small ponds with different types of ducks. The manor also have some chicks and Peacocks. If you like you can visit inside the manor
Went on a guided tour with friends. Our guide had so much knowledge about the mansion and the family who owned it. Interesting to see all the old furniture and decorations brought in from other countries. A bit disappointed to hear the mansion is not...More
I'm in it for the garden.
I don't know that I would go out of my way to visit it, but taking my bike there for a solitary walk on the grounds is a nice outing. Bringing kids and having a mini-picnic is nice too....More
Gulskogen manor is very old and they have managed to remain the looks and garden from that time! The house itself is beautiful, but the park is the best. Big areas of green with pathways, founatins and trees. Two small ponds with ducks in which...More
the garden is lush and green, you can take things for a picknick and spend the day with peacocks and rabbits around you. The grounds are a the riverside, children are welcome. We took the guided tour (every full hour in the summer months), and...More