The main manor house was built in the 17th century by the Gyllenstierna family and modernized inside and out in the late 18th century. Nynäs Manor was a private residence until 1984, when the County of Sörmland and Nationalmuseum acquired the house and all its contents.
A manor-house home, 17th-19th century
Today’s visitors enter a living milieu on which different generations have left their mark. The public rooms are decorated with magnificent stucco ceilings from the late 17th century. The house also contains rich collections of portraits and furniture. The cupboards are full of textiles and glass sets. The old kitchen, which escaped 20th-century modernization, displays all its pots, pans and trays.
Café and garden shop
In the orangery next to the manor house, you will find a café and a garden shop.
Nynäs Manor is located in a 3,000-hectare nature reserve with many footpaths, hiking trails and bathing spots.
Nynäs Manor is on Road 219 between Nyköping and Trosa. The exit from Hwy E4 at Tystberga is signposted.
Information for visitors
Tel: +46 155 261505.
Please note that visitors may only view the manor house as part of a guided tour. Tours run on the hour, every hour, starting at noon. Last tour 4 pm
Group visits can be booked for the day and time of your choice from May to the end of October..