Swimming pool, sauna & relax, Guided activities, Point of interest
Badsjön, the small lake which is perfect for a swim on a hot summer day, was added in connection with the regulation of the Ume River during the 1960s.
Point of interest, Museum
Motel offering a trip back in time. Features a 1950s Esso petrol station and a fascinating collection of classic vehicles including tankers, lorries and cars. The motel is locat...
Point of interest, Prehistoric times & New settler culture, Museum
Permanent displays feature Sami and settler artefacts, 1920s/’30s medical equipment, a school classroom, and old photographs. There is also an ever-changing programme of tempora...
Point of interest, Museum, Prehistoric times & New settler culture
In Gunnarn next to the school there is a large older house which used to be a school a long time ago , today there is a local history and school museum, there is also a flea mar...
Swimming pool, sauna & relax, Hiking, Point of interest [...]
Luspholmarna are islets that extends out into Lake Storuman. The local museum here, with its café and small walking paths, has been mentioned in the Michelin Guide. The area is ...
Hiking, Point of interest
Take a car or go for a steep walk up the road that leads to the top of Stensele Hill and Utsikten (viewpoint). The road is named after our Olympic Champion, Bjorn Ferry, who use...
Guided activities, Point of interest
In the year of 1950, the large yellow stonehouse on the upper side of the blue road - E12 / E45- was inaugurated as a town hall for Storuman's municipality .
Point of interest, Prehistoric times & New settler culture
In the 1970s the mill, weir and adjoining timber worker’s hut were restored. A lumberjack cabin was moved there at the same time and, in the early 2000s, the rebuilding of an 18...
Guided activities, Point of interest, Prehistoric times & New settler culture
One late winter evening in November 1923, the first train entered Storuman's railway station.
The station building was designed by SJ's chief architect Folke Zettervall and it ...
Point of interest, Churches
The church in Stenseleis rumoured to be the largest wooden church in Sweden. Built towards the end of the 19th century, it was designed to fit all 2000 inhabitants of the parish.
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