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Before the visit

How to get here

To Anundshög you can walk, cycle, ride, ride a car or bus. We have parking for bicycles, horses and cars. From E18 it is signposted with brown landmark signs all the way to Anundshög.

Anundshögsområdet från ovan.

Good to know about the Anundshög area

Accessibility
The pedestrian routes around Anundshög are accessible for persons with wheel chairs. The café is fully accessible with an accessible toilet inside and an accessible toilet in a special building beside.

South of the Tortuna road south of the mound there is a walk way that is accessible. However there are steep slopes in places and the nature is uneven. We do not recommend wheel chairs on this walk way.

Toilets
There is an accessible toilet with changing table that is open from early morning to late evening. Café Anund has more toilets that can be used when the café is open.

Defibrillators
On the outside of Café Anund there is a heart starter. It is available around the clock.

Opening hours

The area around Anundshög is always open! Take into account those who live nearby.

Keep in mind that this is an ancient site that we need to be aware of. There are plenty of trash bins to throw in junk, use them.

Café Anund – enjoy a "Swedish fika"

 

Opening hours

Monday closed
Tuesday 11–16
Wednesday 11–18
Thursday 11–16
Friday 11–16
Saturday 11–16
Sunday closed

Rulltårtsbitar, sallader och annat gott att köpa på Café Anund. Foto: Johanna Ljung

Good to know about the café
Café Anund is run by the City of Västerås, Education and Labour Market. There are simpler lunches, tasty sandwiches and "Swedish fika" from our own bakery. We use requirements-labeled raw materials and have gluten-free and lactose-free alternatives for those who need it.

For us who work here it is a way to get work training, language training or rehabilitation for some reason.

We do not accept cash, but you can pay by card or swish.

Anundshög – ett tusenårigt maktcentrum