Summary in English

 

MUSEUM

At the Limeworks Museum of Bläse the stone industry of Gotland is being presented through numerous exhibitions. Inside the museum you can read about the calcinations of limestone at the kilns of Bläse as well as the living conditions of the workers and the families. You may also view the art and the handcraft of locals connected to the lime industry of northern Gotland.

Our guides offer a tour through the working process at the lime industry of Bläse. From the mining at the quarry, burning in the kilns, and shipping out to sea. If you would like to book a group tour, please contact us at: info@blase.se.

 

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STONE TRAIN

With our reconstructed railway and stone train you may also take a historical tour from the museum up to the old quarry, and back again. At the quarry, which today is water-filled, you may take a swim or eat your picnic by the shore. The tour is about 40 minutes back and forth, and during the season the train leaves daily at 11.24, 13.02, and 15.03.

Unfotunately,under current circumstances, the train will not run this season.

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VAN SPOTS

We have seven parking spots available for your camping van. See attached map. The spots 2 and 3 have access to electricity. The price is 180 SEK/night, and electricity is 50 SEK/night

 

GUEST HARBOUR

The harbour is under construction. Please contact us for the latest updates: info@blase.se or +46 498 22 46 62.

 

WOOD CABIN

Our “Puttestuga” is a small wooden cabin with room for 2 persons. For these cabins you bring your own sleeping kit. The cabins are located in a quiet spot, at a small distance from the museum. Shower and bathrooms are available in the service building. If you would like to make a reservation, please contact us at bokning@blase.se. Price per cabin: 100SEK/night. You may pay at the info-center, open from 11-17.

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MEMBER

The Limeworks Museum in Bläse opened in 1985. Since then volunteers and interest groups has worked together to create and develop the museum, and to preserve the history of the stone industry at Gotland. We appreciate your support, and if you would like to become a supporting member of our community please contact us at info@blase.se.

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