Pippi Longstocking

This is the home of Pippi. She lives all by herself in a big, yellow house called Villekulla Cottage. If you are lucky, she may be at home and in a mood for having fun. At Pippi's, the door is open to anyone who want to step inside and see how she lives. Sometimes the thieves Dunder-Karlsson and Blom will make an attempt to steal Pippi's bag of gold coins. They are, of course, not at all welcome, nor is Prussiluskan, but she pops in every now and again anyway.

There is just enough happening at Pippi's place to make most children feel as if they were part of the stories about her. And just as with the other settings in the park, we have closely followed the illustrations in the original books when we built Villekulla Cottage.