Gästgivarehagen has taken its name from the time when the town's innkeepers used the area as grazing land. Today it is used as an outdoor museum with a number of buildings that date back to the 18th and 19th centuries.
Next door is a fire department museum and Forsbergs old pottery. At Gästgivarehagen the municipality's largest grave-field from the Viking era can be found, with more than 300 graves.
Näktergalen Musem displays many of the artefacts found from the excavations that took place there.