Söderlångvik Manor


Welcome to discover Söderlångvik manors nature and environments!

The history of Söderlångvik manor starts in the 14th century. The famous Finnish businessman, Amos Anderson (1878-1961), bought a small house in Southwest of Finland and renovated it to how it looks today. The main building has since 1965  been an art  museum with Amos Anderson’s own art collections.

The museum and Café Vivan offer new art exhibitions every summer. Applegardens, forestry, cafe & restaurant Café Vivan and many events are main parts of activities at Söderlångvik manor. Söderlångvik Manor is a vibrant entity that manages a valuable cultural heritage and actively develops new business ideas.

Söderlångvik manor is owned by the association Föreningen Konstsamfundet r.f.