Enjoy a cozy country estate built in traditional Smålandian style from the middle of the 19th century.
The church was probably built during the later part of the 12th century as a Romanesque church.
Bodarna i Bergs byar Småland is a crafting group with eight hand crafters.
In the old historic farm there is a rich Collection of traditional textiles and cobblery.
Author Elin Wägner's house from 1923 stands as a reminder of times past.
Gallery Sigma is a nonprofit organization run by some 12 art clubs in the city of Växjö.
Inglinge mound is a burial site from the iron age located in Ingelstad, about 20 km south of Växjö.
The local history society of Kalvsvik is situated along the road between Kalvsvik and Jät.
In the nature reserve Bokhultet, there is a bee paradise filled with flowers and bees!
Dragsåsen is a ridge in the northern part of Öjaby consisting of an isthmus.
The area of Fylleryd has been used for leisure and sport pursuits for a very long time.
The nature reserve Gårdsby and Hemmesjö Bökeskog is well worth a visit.
Jägaregap is named after the sound between Lilla Jägareås and Stora Jägareås.
Notteryd is situated near Växjö and is important when it comes to recreation and outdoor life.
The Nature Reserve is located south of Växjö, on the eastern side of Lake Vederslövssjön.
In Braås, you find the nature reserve Sjösås Äng, which has a long history of cultivation.
Nykulla observation tower is the only one in Kronoberg County, located 25 km north of Växjö.
Nöjda Sven's cottage is a side-cottage with 3 stone walls and one wooden wall.
Underneath the hill of Hultaklint, by Lädja north of Berg, you can find the cave of Singoalla.
Snuggle, near Huseby, is the birthplace of the famous opera singer Christina Nilsson.
Seven glass artists were commissioned to do a sculpture to adorn Sandgärdsgatan in Växjö.
The medieval fairy tale castle of Teleborg is located south of the city center by Lake Trummen.
The House of Emigrants in the center of Växjö shows the period of Emigration 1850 to 1930.
The hill fort Gripeberg is situated near Sandsbro, in the northern part och Växjö.
The exhibition shows the history of the hospital and mental care from the middle ages until today.
The church in Drev is a well preserved building, which was constructed in Romanesque stile in the 1170s.
The medieval church is painted with white chalk color and has outstanding paintings.
A small and beautiful stone church by the Braås open air museum and Lake Örken.
At ICA:s distribution center in Räppe an old fashioned store was built.
Staglaberget is a viewing point with a scenic sight over the city centre and the lake Växjösjön.
The lofty copper clad twin spires of the cathedral give Växjö a very special profile.
Växjö Konstrunda has about 50 members and they have a permanent place for exhibitions.
The oldest part of the library, that is the square, was built in 1965 by architect Erik Uluots.
The wolf-catching hole has been restored by the local history society.
Åryd, some 15 km east of Växjö, lies Växjö's oldest iron works and industrial area.
The museum has two exhibitions; one with industrial history and one with toys.