If you’re from rumskulla Church takes the small slinglande the way out towards the pastures of småland, you have probably found the right. You are then going to Katthult, where films about the småland munchkie Emil was recorded in the early seventies.
Katthult is located 10 km from mariannelund and ca. 2.5 miles from Vimmerby. Here you can walk around among the buildings and experience the set from films about the Emil i Lönneberga, meet the animals on the farm, or visit Katthultsboden where you can shop for souvenirs, ice cream, coffee and drink. Have you passing or looking you may after an outing. Come and visit us!
You are most welcome!!!
Find to Katthult
Most people who visit us will route via Vimmerby or mariannelund. You go from these two places, it is also the easiest to find.
From Vimmerby (about 2.5 miles):
From Vimmerby, you can run two routes to Katthult. Smoothest go road 40 to Eksjö and mariannelund. One kilometre before mariannelund, you will find a Brown Street sign with the text “Emil” on. Follow the signs then you are correct.
The slightly shorter option is to from Vimmerby and look out towards the road leading to rumskulla. The easiest way to find the following route 34 North until you see the sign with “rumskulla”. Once in storebro is a signpost towards Katthult.
From mariannelund (ca 10 km):
Take Route 40 (former route 33) in Vimmerby, Västervik. About a kilometre outside the society, there is a bridge that leads you into the Kalmar county. A few hundred meters later will first Brown sign that reads “Emil” on. Follow the signs then you are correct.
Opening hours and admission
From the 23th June to 26th of August we are open seven days a week between the hours of 10:00 and 18:00.
You can also visit the farm Katthult before and after our high season. It is not the business up and running, but you can enjoy the atmosphere and the environment. The entrance fee is then £ 2 per adult, all the children go in for free.
Food and drink
In Katthultsboden sold ice cream, drink, coffee and pastries.
We also have lawns and garden furniture where you can eat their their own packed lunch.
Worth seeing in the area
In the same village as Emil is Gibberydssågen which is a newly renovated old bysåg. The saw is within walking distance of the Katthult.
About a mile from Emil is Kvilleken, which is Sweden’s oldest trees. Its age is estimated to be just over 1000 years.
About one and a half-mile from the Northern National Park is Kvills Katthult. It was formed 75 years ago and is 114 acres. There are beautiful walks for those who want to see untouched and wild forest of småland.
In mariannelund as is the nearest locality includes Barnfilmbyhuset which offers information about Katthult, noisy village and other locations in Vimmerby and Marianne Lund area. There is a room for children: built up lounge, the opportunity to dress up and prepare for a role in front of the camera, etc.
Something that many estimates are also are Virum Moose Park