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Grums is situated by lake Vänern in the southwest of Värmland where the roads E 18 and E 45 meet. Popular places to visit are the Art hall Sliperiet, situated in Borgvik, and Värmskogs Café by lake Värmeln. Every summer the music festival Folk & Rock takes place in Segmon.

Welcome to discover Grums a municipality close to Vänern, in the region of Karlstad in Värmland.
You have probably passed here and maybe you have stopped at Nyängen for a short break. In Grums municipality the two European roads E 18 and E 45 meet and about 15 000 vehicles travel there every day.

Apart from lake Vänern there is a large system of lakes which leads up to lake Glafsfjorden.
If you can take the time to go further in to our landscape Värmland you will see that there is a lot to discover.

In Borgvik there is a very old and well-preserved industrial environment which also offers culture from today through a big Art hall named Sliperiet (= the grindery). In Borgvik there are also different kinds of arrangements made.

Värmskog, another little village in Grums municipality, offers a visit to a memorial estate where LM Eriksson, the magnate of telephony, was born . Värmskog is also known for its café, situated by the shore of lake Värmeln.

A music festival called Folk & Rock takes every summer place in Segmon, and people who are interested in music travel from the whole country to visit the annual event.

Grums municipality cooperate with the education of tourism at Karlstad University. They welcome trainees and hold lectures for the students.

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You can contact:

The Touristinformation
Tel.No +46 (0)555-42067

Maria Röhr, Business Development Manager
Tel.No +46 ( 0)555-42054

Anna-Maria Jäger, Business Development
Tel.No +46 (0)555-42146

To discover the whole landscape Värmland:

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Uppdaterad: 2017-12-13