Seglora Church initially built in Västergötland in 1729-30, is a beautiful church. In 1916, it was shifted to its present location at Skansen in Stockholm. The west tower was constructed in 1785 and three years later, its vestry was made. Paintings by Sven Wernberg, dating back to 1734, cover the walls of the church. The most impressive is the painting in neo-classical style, which decorates the wall behind the altar. Services are held every Sunday.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 11:00 AM to 05:00 PM