Travel back to the 60s and 70s! In the years 1961-1991 the long-wave transmitter of Orlunda was broadcasting
the Swedish radio programme P1 covering parts of Northern Europe. Today the building functions as a museum.
During the "Östgötadagar" we organize guided tours through the radiostation building and tell about how it was
built and had been used.
Opening hours 2022
Saturday 14 May: 10-16, Guided tour every half and full hour
Sunday 15 May: 10-16, Guided tour every half and full hour
Tuesday 26 July: Guided tour at 9.00, 10.30, 13.00 and 14.30 Uhr. Pre-booking only in Salver.
Saturday 3 September: 9-16, Guided tour every half and full hour
Sunday 4 September: 9-16, Guided tour every half and full hour
100 SEK/adult, 50 SEK/child, free for children up to 5 years.
Cash or Swish.
Erik and Lena Klasén
Lena Klasén, +46-70-5143 500
In the tithe barn next to Örberga church there is a small stone museum with a copy of an early Christian grave monument