Discover an exciting piece of Swedish history, culture and nature

Welcome to Nynäs manor & Nature reserve!

The Nynäs Estate is located on the Swedish Baltic coast, about 80 kms south of the capital Stockholm.
Nynäs Nature reserve is the largest in the Södermanland province, with 8070 Acres of swedish nature, culture and history to discover. In the neighbourhood You will find the charming, historic small towns Trosa (30 kms to the north) and Nyköping (30 kms to the south).

The manorhouse was built by the influential Gyllenstierna family in the late 17 century and is today considered to be one of the best preserved historical houses open to the public in Sweden. With original inventories from more than three centuries, a tour through the house gives the visitor a good idea of the "country home" life style of the swedish aristocracy from the late 1600s up to the early 20th century. See facts about guided tours to the right.

At the Visitors Information centre, located in a whiteplastered 18 century farmhouse close to the public parking, you can buy tickets to the tours, rent a bike, canoes or rowing boats (for a trip on the nearby lake). Here you will also find the museum shop.

During the summerseason there are also various temporary exhibitions to be visited in the buildings of the Manor. Especielly appreciated by the younger ones is "Älskas...ätas" (To be Loved or Eaten) about our complex relations towards pets and production animals. Entrance is free.
The impressive 1907 Orangery in the park today houses Restaurant Nynäs and a Gardening Shop, which has gained a certain reputation among gardening enthusiasts for its collection of various Geranium and spicy plants.

There are many reasons to stay a bit longer at Nynäs. Why not book a room in our charming "Destillery Hostel". Se further information below.


  

Nature is always open

Discover Nynäs nature reserve and learn more!

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Bikes and boats

An ideal way to explore the many exciting and beautyful places

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Facts for tour operators

We welcome groups by arrangement during the period May - October

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