Astrid Lindgren’s World

Visit Emil & Ida in Katthult or jump in the hay in some of the barns

In Astrid Lindgren’s World , fairy tales become reality. Here, the environments consist of what Astrid Lindgren portrayed in her stories about Pippi Longstocking, Emil in Lönneberga, Ronja Rövardotter and the other characters.
Run into the newly built Villa Villekulla and explore all of Pippi’s corners, fool around with Lina and Alfred in Lönneberga’s barns and skulls.
Watch when Mattisborgen is divided by thunder or scream with when Ronja roars out her best spring scream.

At Mattisborgen, Ronja & Birk play all day

In Astrid Lindgren’s World, children are really in focus in everything from restaurant environments to playgrounds and theater stages. Do not forget to look at to see what applies to programs and tickets when you plan a visit. It is only about four kilometers from Vimmerby camping. There is a large car park with space for all visiting cars, but if you do not have your own bike with you, feel free to rent one from us, then you can in the most flexible and environmentally friendly way take you all the way to the entrance gates. It is a cycle path almost the entire distance, so even the slightly unfamiliar cyclist can get there safely.

Astrid Lindgren’s childhood home is now a museum with exhibitions

A visit to Astrid Lindgrens Näs for you closer to our most popular children’s book author. This is where she grew up and got lots of inspiration for her books. This is where she had her wonderful and playful childhood with her parents and siblings. This is where she lived when she got to know the real Madicken and here she played Sicken Blås. But it was also here that she returned throughout her life, even though her home was in Stockholm for many years. So join a guided tour of her childhood home, be touched by the exhibition about her life, enjoy the gardens and let yourself be inspired by art and creative spaces. There is almost always a temporary exhibition visiting the vicarage, an exhibition on an important theme. Which is relevant now, you will find on the website. Who finds the Sugar Drink tree? Yes, it really is here.
Astrid Lindgren’s Nose is a place that touches, a place you remember. And not least, the taste buds get theirs when you have coffee or have lunch in the café. There is a large car park next to Näs and the distance to Vimmerby camping is about three kilometers.