The Anundhög area and the Badelunda ridge are today one of Sweden's foremost ancient sites.
Many associate Anundshög with the large burial mound, which is Sweden's largest and created at some point between 400-1050 AD. The entire countryside was a cultural center for western Mälardalen region and one of the hubs of trade during this period.
You can experience Anundshög on your own throughout the year. In addition to the exciting ancient remains, it is also an area for fine nature experiences. Here you can take a walk, with or without audioguide, have a picnic or enjoy a Swedish fika from Café Anund.
In summertime you can join guided tours in English. Visit our regular events, such as the archeology day in August and the torchlight walk in September. The entire program can be found in the calendar (in Swedish).
Anundshög was voted one of Västmanland's seven wonders, by P4 Västmanland listeners 2018.