Hökeriet at Granby is a meeting-place with shop, situated on a modern farm just north of Stockholm. Our ambition is simplicity, high quality and naturalness.
The Vallentuna Hökeriet is at a convenient distance from Stockholm and Roslagsbanan,
From Östra Station it takes 40 minuts and 15 minutes walk. Here you can visit the shop, book serving and learn more about modern agriculture. Here in a historical cultural landscape with traces from the Viking era there are hiking trails and the opportunity to book interesting guided tours.
Our range consists of the farm’s own production, beef, rapeseed oil and honey, as well as locally produced cheeses and other foods. We sell crafts and exclusive selected goods. The supply is changing.
Granby farm and Hökeriet is part of a tourist Viking route, as the largest rune carving in Sweden, Granbyhällen, is situated on one of the pastures of the farm. It has 185 runes on 10 square meters. On the hill on top of Granby Farm is a large area with remains of buildings from the early Middle Ages. In 1989 archeological excavations were conducted at Granby under the leadership of the National Heritage Board and Stockholm University. The conclusion was that Granby probably was an important farm or village during the late Viking Age (400-500 AD).
Please contact us for guided tours in English and other languages.