8 kilometers north of Uppsala is the Ulva Kvarn craft village, set within one of Uppsala’s historic mills and known for its beautiful natural surroundings idyllically located by the Fyrisån river.
The craft village is an artisan world of culture and design. Discover a string of individual studios housing everything from silversmiths and glass blowers to watchmakers. Why not attend a glassblowing workshop at Glashyttan Ulven? When it’s time to refuel, you’ll find a restaurant and a café. You can also bring your own food and have a picnic near the water.
There are also many events throughout the year, including the autumn and winter markets, handicrafts fairs, and vintage car conventions.
Did you know..?
Ulva is famous for their strawberries. You can pick your own strawberries at Ulvagubben during your visit.
There used to be a lot of wolves living near Ulva. (Ulv = Wolf in Swedish)
Ulva Kvarn is a historic village, the mill was built in 1759.
Access- reduced mobility/wheelchairs
Toilet for disabled persons