We strive to provide an environment that is welcoming and accessible to everyone. Here you can find more information about the accessibility at Lake Hornborga. 

Accesibility in the nature reserve

Want to see birds up close? Then you should get to Fågeludden, where Naturum Hornborgasjön is located. The wide track is suitable for both wheelchairs and prams for those who want to get close to the water. You can see birds all year round here and in the spring, the Eurasian coots build nests right next to the stake.

You will also find a more accesible trail at Utloppet on the western side of the lake. The trail between the parking area band the tower is short, straight and gravelled. It is possible to push a pram or a more durable wheelchair on the trail.

Visit naturum 

Naturum Hornborgasjön is located on the eastern side of the lake, near Broddetorp. At naturum there is much to explore for all ages. You will learn about the landscape, history and nature in the exhibitions. If you want to listen to exhibition you can borrow our audioguides. 

If you want to broaden your horizons, go up to the observation tower (take the lift or the stairs).

Inside Naturum Hornborgasjön there are also two WCs. One is handicapped accessible and also has a changing table. The WCs at the naturum are open when the naturum is open.

At the Doppingen building on the short side towards the parking area you will find WCs that are open all year round. Here too, there is an accessible WC which also has a changing table. 

There is always no admission charge to enter Naturum Hornborgasjön!

Visit Doppingen 

At Café Doppingen, everyone is welcome! Inside the entrance, there is a section for those who want to bring their dog, and for those who prefer the fresh air, they can sit down at the outdoor seating on the terrace.

Both from the patio and from the inside of the café, you will have a wonderful view of the lake. The premises are handicap accessible. Read more about accessibility below. 

Accessibility at infocentret Trandansen

The crane season is usually a mix of nature experience and folk festival. If you want answers to your crane questions or to purchase a souvenir, you can visit the Trandansen Info Centre, which is located here. You will also find an exhibition about the cranes here.

The Info Centre is open during the crane season and during eagle days during weekends in January when white-tailed eagles are fed in the area. Keep an eye out in our calendar for when the eagle days take place.

Next door you will also find a detached building with WCs that are open all year round. There are also an emptying pit latrine for motorhome toilets.