Just south of Gothenburg lies Gunnebo House and Gardens and it's one of the finest examples of neoclassical architecture in Sweden. It was built as a summer villa for the wealthy merchant John Hall and his family. The estate offers guided tours and other events, coffee house and restaurant, gift shop and a farm.
The decoration and furnishing of the house, and the landscaping was designed by the city architect in Gothenburg, Carl Wilhelm Carlberg. Gunnebo is today a living cultural environment with guided tours and events, coffee house and restaurant, a shop and a farm.
The area is a cultural heritage since 2003. The whole park has been organically certified since 2006 and is run organically, with emphasis on the historical garden crafts.
The gardens are always open. There are guided tours of Gunnebo House and gardens all year round, at set times. You may not enter the manor House without a guided tour. Groups can pre-book tours in English or German.
Gunnebo House and Gardens has two stars in the Michelin Green Guide.
Guided tours of the House 2013:
January - April and October - December: Sun and public holidays 12.00 and 13.00.
(March 3, 17 and April 7 only at 14.00.)
May 1 - June 16: Sat, Sun and public holidays 12.00, 13.00 and 14.00.
June 21 - August 18: daily 12.00, 13.00 and 14.00.
August 19 - 23: daily 14.00.
August 24 - September 29: Sat, Sun and public holidays 12.00, 13.00 and 14.00.
Check the hours of the tours on the website before your visit.
No tours on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
The tours are given in Swedish or English and take approx. 45 minutes. Tickets are purchased at the Gift shop before the tour starts.
Free admission for guided tours with Gothenburg City Card.
Adults: SEK 85
Children up to 15 years: free admission
Free admission with Gothenburg City Card