In Wadköping you can see buildings and courtyards moved here from central Örebro.
Some of our interesting houses are:
(The King's Lodge) acquired its name from the fact that Duke Karl, later King Karl IX, stayed there a couple of nights during visits to Örebro. The building is medieval in style and was originally part of a group of buildings on Järntorget square. The upper floor boasts well preserved wall and ceiling paintings from the 1580s and 1620s, and is presented in one of the exhibitions on Kungsstugan's ground floor.
The Burgher's House or Cajsa Warg's House, dates back to the 17th century. The building was a guesthouse and part of an estate owned by country treasurer Anders Warg (father of Cajsa Warg) at the turn of the 18th century. Here visitors can see fine wall paintings from the 18th century. The building also has an exhibition on Cajsa Warg, covering both her work as a cookery book writer and Cajsa Warg herself.
(Jeremiah's Cottage) in named after poet Levi Rickson, alias Jeremiah the Inconsolable, who once lived in the building. Jeremiah the Inconsolable's writing den is depicted in the upper floor.