If you go to the long-stretched island Öland via the long bridge connecting it to the mainland at Kalmar, Sweden you might want to see how people were living there in the past and get to know something about their culture. One of the best places for that is the Ölands Museum Himmelsberga at Borgholm.
From May to August you can see traditional houses and windmills there. Most times you can also look inside and learn more. They have a small shop, goats and pigs, a market for crafted goods and you can dine under wonderful chestnut trees in their restaurant. For children there are some small activities like to whittle or to work with wool.
I don’t know whether the entrance fee fits well in relation to other sights and activities but it was definitely a nice stay and the best place to have lunch!
Ölands Museum Himmelsberga
Himmelsberga Bygata 1
387 93 Borgholm