Erik-Anders - Visitor Centre and World Heritage Farmhouse
Erik-Anders got its name from Erik Andersson, who had the farmhouse built in the 1820s. In the mid-1800s, one of his sons followed the religious leader Erik Jansson –along with his other followers, the renowned Janssonists – to Bishop Hill in the United States.
Today, the farmhouse is privately owned and is open to visitors during the summer. There is a hotel, a café, a shop and a furniture exhibition here, as well as a garden that has been restored to its appearance in the 1920s.