Swedish Christmas at Jamtli

Experience traditional Swedish Christmas in the historical setting of Jamtli´s open air museum in Östersund. Homemade delicacies and genuine handicraft makes Jamtli Christmas Market the perfect place to find Christmas gifts both for yourself and for someone you like. Jamtli Christmas Market gives the feel of a traditional market place – and it’s not a surprise that it attracts around 20 000 visitors annually who wants to get the true feeling of Swedish Christmas.

Jamtli Christmas Market – Swedish Christmas in a Historical Setting

Jamtli Christmas Market is the perfect place to experience traditional Swedish christmas and find christmas inspiration. More than 200 vendors gather here every year to sell locally produced foods and handicraft in Jamtlis charming old buildings. Take the chance to go for a sleigh ride, meet Father Christmas or enjoy christmas carols from the events scene.

Christmas markets is an important part of the Swedish christmas traditions and when the first snow is in the air vendors will set up their stands all around Jämtland Härjedalen. Ask the nearest Tourist office for help to find the closest christmas market and remember to bring cash.

Swedens’ First Christmas Museum

Do you want to learn more about Swedish christmas? At Jamtli Museum it is possible to experience this beloved holiday from the end of November to the beginning of January. As Swedens first christmas museum they makes it possible to learn more about the Swedish christmas traditions, try traditional christmas “smörgåsbord”, find out more about the Swedish Lucia-celebration and help bake gingerbread cookies the old-fashioned way.

More than a month will be dedicated to the Swedish christmas traditions with fun activities for all ages in the playful spirit Jamtli is famous for.

Dates & Activities

Jamtli is Swedens christmas museum from the end of November to the beginning of January. Find this years dates and read more about the activities at www.jamtli.com.

Enjoy the Xmas spirit at the market with a wide variety of local handicraft and artisan foods.

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