What to Do in Lindsborg, Kansas? Art lovers and outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty to hold their interest.
From traditional Swedish folk art to contemporary National Geographic photography, those seeking to indulge their inner artistic interests will enjoy Lindsborg.
The Dalecarlian horse, or Dala horse, is a traditional carved, painted wooden sculpture of a horse that originated in Dalarna province, in central Sweden.
You might think of America’s wild west—cowboys, gunfights, and saloons. Of course, horses also come to mind, but in Lindsborg, you’ll find a different type of wild horse.
The Red Barn Studio Museum was once home and the studio of folk artist Lester Raymer. Today, it’s a museum that pays tribute to his work.
Another gallery you won’t want to miss is the Birger Sandzén Memorial Art Gallery. The gallery is more like a museum than a gallery you shop, although they have a gift shop.
While Lindsborg celebrates over a dozen festivals throughout the year, two that represent the Swedish heritage are the Midsummer’s Festival and the Svensk Hyllningsfest.
Rails-to-trails path is excellent for an early morning run or cycle, paved with limestone millings. I'm not a runner, but if you are, go a bit farther and explore the Meadowlark Trail.