The Runestone park has a voluntary
Suggested admission is SEK 50.
You only pay if you want to.
Book a guided tour in the Runestone park
When you have booked me as a guide, I
will show and tell about the runestones based on me
as a rune carver.
It will be a different journey where
beautiful details and sometimes mistakes make you
experience runestones in a completely new way.
In conclusion, we also visit my runestone
workshop where I show my tools and how they are used. A guided
tour takes about 1 hour.
1-10 people SEK 1,500
11-20 people SEK 2,000
20-30 people SEK 3,000.
- New entrances also welcome buses.
- Pre-booked group can order lunch and coffee.
- The park also has a quiz walk and a flea
Visit the Runestone park without a guide
You can visit the park when it suits you without
You can walk in the park, study the old runestones, go
for a quiz walk and see my runestone workshop ...
but do not let
your children play in my work shop, it is dangerous.
If the kiosk is open, you can buy coffee and snacks, you
can also buy my guide booklet and read all about the World Heritage
Birka and Hovgården.
If the flea market is open, maybe you can make a discovery in
Runestone park has a voluntary entrance, you only pay if you
A sign with information is at the exit.
admission is SEK 30.
The Runestone park has costs.
More runestones will be documented and recreated, old ones will
be maintained and the area will be taken care of. Your voluntary
entrance fee and donation makes it possible!
If you like what you see and want to
see more but a little faster, you are welcome to make a
donation. A donation goes directly to more runestones and
SWISH: 070-776 48 22
The park is an exciting but dangerous!
You must take responsibility for your children!
My runestone workshop!
only stay there in the company of parents.
Do you want to do something more?
After 20 years as a guide at Birka and
Hovgården and 30 years as a runestone carver and with an
active archaeological interest, I can offer this:
Boat to Birka
Boat to Birka
Book a crossing and visit Birka on your own.
I pick up at Lindby brygga (Lindby jetty) on southern Adelsö
with an open boat for 6 passengers. At the crossing, you will
receive overall guidance and personal tips on request.
My guide folder is included in the price, one per group.
The guide folder is detailed with a map and pictures that
take you to Birka's unexplored places and unsolved riddles. The
guide folder makes you a guide.
Explore Birka without time limit.
Birka's history is both exciting and amazing but there is more
... Birka is also a beautiful rural idyll and has a wild and
untouched nature with rich flora and fauna.
Bring the herb book,
the bird book, binoculars and a magnifying glass. The
well-stocked picnic basket with extra water is a must!
At Birka you have no time limit, you stay
there as long as you wish in peace. When you want to return, you
contact me about 30 min. in advance and you will be picked up.
Start fee SEK 300 + SEK 150 per person, round trip.
Example: 2 people SEK 600 (300 + 150
If you are more than 6 people, I turn around.
included, one per group.
Life jackets are available to borrow.
Birka with personal
Booking me as a guide at Birka
costs SEK 1,500 per hour. A guided tour can take between 1-2
hours, you decide the time. Cost for crossing by boat is not
If you have your own car you park it at the
Walking distance to Lindby jetty
is 900 meters.
Hovgården with personal
For more than 600 years, Hovgården was an
active royal estate, throughout the Viking Age and into the
Middle Ages. Attractions include large burial mounds, royal
runestone and ruins of the castle Alsnöhus and more.
A guided tour through the Viking-era Hovgården
takes just over an hour.
Price: SEK 1,500. 10 people included.
Extra people: SEK 100. per person (in addition to the 10
Bus group: SEK 3,500. (max 50 participants).
Booking and contact >
My guide folder makes yourself a guide.
Experience the World Heritage Site at your own pace and for as
long as you wish.
Visitors to the Birka and
Hovgården World Heritage Sites need to be well-read or have a
knowledgeable guide to understand the history of the places and
interpret the remains correctly.
A good alternative are my guide
folders, one for Birka and one for Hovgården.
Everything I know, heard and seen is there subject to space,
user-friendly presented with text, map and pictures.
A tip is that you order your guide
folder in advance. Birka in particular is so large and extensive
that you have to prioritize even if you stay there all day.
A guide booklet costs SEK 50.
There is one for Birka and one for
Booking, order and contact
Phone: +46 70-776 48 22
Swish: 070-776 48 22