There are numerous ways to discover the exciting history of Nynäshamn.
The beautiful lighthouse, which is Sweden's oldest, stands majestically on the southern cape of the island. Welcome in to the lighthouse, hear its interesting history and enjoy the view. Daily tours in the summer. The rest of the year on request.
Hidden in the mountain, a four-storey plant (battery) opens up which were thought to protect Sweden during the cold war. Follow down and see how Swedish engineering created an atomic bomb safe place for a crew of 25 men. Guided tours daily in summer. Year round on request.
There are 27 rune stones in Nynäshamns municipality, making it one of the largest collections of rune stones in the country. The rune stones can be dated back to the 11th century AD. and could have been raised as a memoire of a relative. Along what is called the rune stone road (Runstensvägen), several of the stones are visible.
The Iron Age House is a reconstruction after the remains of a settlement that archaeologists found a bit southeast of the place where the house now stands. Open during events and some days in summer. Welcome to see how the Vikings lived!