Morlanda Säteri

A garden which took root in the 1600s. Traces of the past can still be seen today. Guided tours of the private garden.

OPENING TIMES AT Morlanda Säteri

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OPENS 15:00
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A blossoming cultural heritage in a manor house setting

Morlanda Säteri is a privately owned manor with a 700 year old history. The beautiful buildings are surrounded by gardens which have been designed to flower over different seasons.  The beds are looking lovelier than ever, and the blossoming cultural heritage is being carefully tended. The garden contains ancient trees, old roses, perennials and ponds. Paths go to the pastures, the old ornamental garden, along the Love Path (Kärleksstigen) and up on to Vimpelborg – the outlook point with Koljö Fjord in the background. 

Guided tours of the private garden in Swedish take place every Sunday at 3pm from June to August. The tour does not need to be booked and takes 1.5 hours. Entrance fee 100 SEK. 

Tours at other times can be booked, including in May and September, minimum 10 people. Entrance fee 100 SEK per person. 
Most of the areas are suitable for prams and pushchairs but access is difficult for rollators and wheelchairs. You can get to Morlanda along lovely cycle paths, car and buses park free. Bus stop: Morlanda Säteri. There is a public toilet. Please leave dogs at home. 

Morlanda Säteri works with Tavlebords Honey Farm, which has several beehives in the manor grounds, both in the forest and the farm’s surroundings. In the large rose garden there is an insect hotel. During the guided walks we’ll talk about the plants which are most appreciated by bees and butterflies, in honour of the Bee Fund.

You can eat your own picnic in the gardens sitting on walls and lawns.

Collaboration with Northeast England
A West Swedish garden handbook is beginning to take shape and the 2018 garden season has been a gentle start, with 13 visitor gardens on the map. We’re aiming high – towards having 100 gardens in West Sweden.