Take A Weekend To Wine, Dine, And Explore The Little Sweden Of Kansas

Lindsborg is a small town known in Kansas, (about an hour north of Wichita), that’s also known as Little Sweden. In the 1860s, the town was settled by Swedish immigrants who came to America for a better way of life. Nowadays, about 30 percent of the population in Lindsborg is of Swedish descent.

Due to the town’s history, Lindsborg is filled with numerous Swedish cultural references. This includes the Swedish Pavilion that was a part of the 1904 World’s Fair, Swedish-inspired restaurants, a renowned Swedish gift shop, and tons of Dala horses. Since there’s so much to see and do in Lindsborg, it’s an ideal destination for a weekend getaway if you happen to be in the area. Read on to learn more about what you’ll explore when you visit Little Sweden.

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After you’ve decided on your weekend itinerary in Little Sweden, you’ll need a place to stay too. For ideas, check out Airbnb. 

Address: Lindsborg, KS 67456, USA