Lindsborg is the cutest town! The horses add so much charm and character. My kids loved finding the horses and reading their names. This makes the perfect, inexpensive day: walking around looking at the Dala horses, eating some delicious pastries, and enjoying a friendly, beautiful town.
The Dala Herd in downtown Lindsborg adds to this quaint and charming little Swedish town. I love this town and always try to stop when traveling through Kansas. It is a nice diversion off I35. There are several small shops and little restaurants and you get a real sense of the pioneer Swedish spirit here. They even have Swedish music... 更多
Had a great time walking thru town and stopping in small shops. Looking at 35 Dala horses throughout town and went on wild wide on quadricycles. Lovely visit, would like to come back.
We're a military family and on race to see it all before we pcsd again we hit Kansas hard! I think it gets a bad rap as a boring state but we absolutely fell in love with it. Great place to raise kids. You get all 4 seasons. Anyway Lindsborg is magical! It's called the little Sweden. It's such a... 更多
We just spent a wonderful weekend in the ever so friendly town of Lindsborg, ks. Part of the fun is the 30+ dala horses through out the town. All are different & sponsored by businesses. Lindsborg is a small friendly town which has retained it's Swedish heritage. We enjoyed Bach's Passion of Christ. & The Messiah. Though they have many... 更多
Lindsborg is such a unique and unexpected town! I really enjoyed the Swedish charm and the Dala Horses were a great touch. Highly recommended if you find yourself driving through Kansas!
Dala horses are a Swedish traditional folk art, and the town has many, all decoratively painted to reflect different themes, scattered along Main Street and the surrounding area of downtown. It's great artwork tie-in to the town's Swedish heritage ... I've observed adults as well as little children be fascinated by them, taking pictures of them, and with them. A... 更多
It's nice to see that this art isn't lost and that the town honors it's heritage. In the16th century smaller versions of these Dala Horses (aka Dalecarlian horses) were curved from wood into children's toys. They were typically left wooden or painted solid red. However, the 1830s birthed the Dala horse folk art, a tradition kept alive in central Kansas.... 更多