Hubbardton Forge Sconce – His mother, Lilly Backstrom, was good friends with Arthur Hazelnuts who had founded in Stockholm Nordic Museum and Scansion. Strongly influenced by the ideals and the nation aromatic Arthur Backstop ideas built on an old Hubbardton forge sconce to the museum. The interior would mimic the old style with large amount of decorative painting. The rebuilt forge filled with antique objects Back-story bought at auctions around the parish.
When the Hubbardton forge sconce was completed also began the process of moving buildings to the site. Many of them came from the farm lands. When re-erection of Hubbardton sconce was changed slightly from the original look. Among other things, built a gallery shop from Osterbyvagen with a bench under one roof. Everything was richly decorated with carvings that were painted in white, the buildings were painted red.
Around the year 1910, a small picturesque building environment formed with loft cabins, cottages cabins and a sauna. It started now work to put up a fence around the buildings. The result was a park in the park where the fence created a rural spatiality in a manor environment. Although the fence was painted red with white details. When Hubbardton forge sconce mound was enlarged more with a larger museum and a church, also grew the area.