Ingmar Bergman's houses on Fårö

Hammars

The main house at Hammars was Ingmar Bergman’s private home. Here he had lived ever since the house was built in 1967, and until his death on 30 July 2007.

Like an extension of the landscape, the house offers a breathtaking view of the rocky shore and the Baltic Sea, yet almost invisibly nestled in the windswept setting and surrounded by the constantly changing light and myriad faces of the sea.
The house was repeatedly expanded throughout the years, and it was here Bergman wrote and prepared for his many film and theatre productions. The building is also home to Bergman’s well-equipped library.

The main house is not open to guests as a living space, but available for study and work on a daily basis.
The guest house, however, part of the property at Hammars, accommodates up to three guests, with two rooms, a bathroom and a kitchen.

Hammars
Hammars
Hammars
Hammars