The cattle farm is a well-preserved farmhouse where we can see how life happened in the early 19th century. Bend your neck, because you take a step into a time when the threshold was high, the door post was low, the farm's only cow was small and the pig lived in a cubicle smaller than your TV.
How is it that this old farm is left and has not been fixed and built like any other farm? Well, here lived Lotta Lundevall, who took over the farm in 1864 after her father and did not see any reason to rebuild and build.
At her death in 1926, the farm was as it had been almost a hundred years earlier and already unique. Southwest Upplands hometown gille took over and preserved the farm. Today, the farm is owned by the Uppland Antiquities Association and Lagunda hometown association arranges guides and activities. The maintenance is done in collaboration with the Uppland Museum.
The farm consists of about ten houses, built in the late 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century.