Hammarbacken is part of old Ludvika ironworks and dating back to the 16th century. Four buildings are conserved and open to the public, a smith’s house of four rooms, with walls of iron slag, a house showing the living conditions of a family of circa 1900, another house used for meetings, and a fourth that has been adapted as a café. With beautiful views of the manor and Lake Vässman, this used to be the blacksmiths’ family dwellings. Other buildings in the area include a three-storey granary and a windmill of 1805.
|Recommended duration of visit:||1 Hours|
|Access for persons with disabilities:||For details see website|
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|Visitor centre on site:||yes|
|Gift and book shop on site:||yes|
July to August:
Wednesday - Sunday 11am-5pm