The fasting itself (apart from the museum) was closed, so don't expect to be able to look inside but you can take a walk around. It was very windy when we were there, so be prepared. The museum requires an entry fee. It is interesting, although little information is provided in English. The museum includes the Bocksten man (body found in a peat bog with the best preserved examples of middle ages clothing), which is the central attraction. You are provided with a book in English to help explain that display. The cafe is suitable for lunch.
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