Visit Lindsborg this summer or this weekend, but keep in mind that it’s not quite the same.

Lindsborg Vacation Rentals have welcomed three couples and families this week alone
(individuals are always welcome too)

A family from out-of-state, a couple celebrating their anniversary and former guests have stayed with us.  They appreciate our enhanced cleaning, called QCD Protocol, which gives peace-of-mind to our guests and our cleaning staff.

Most small businesses are open, but some are closed.

Lindsborg’s coffee shops and retail stores are open, but not every day. But small business owners, such as Hemslojd, are opening carefully.  If a shop appears to be closed, simply call them and ask if they would be willing to open just for you. Lindsborg is a small town – it’s who we are and what we do.

Recently a couple of art galleries closed permanently: Courtyard Gallery and Hands of Time.

But local museums are open. Enjoy original artwork at the Sandzen Gallery. Take a drive to Hutchinson to the Kansas Cosmosphere to see the largest collection of American and Russian space memorabilia outside of the Smithsonian, including the Apollo 13 capsule: Odyssey.

If you’re looking to dine inside of a restaurant, please adjust your expectations. The Swedish Crown and Farley’s are closed for now. But grab-and-go options are available at Blacksmith Coffee, The White Peacock, Ol’ Stuga, Jalisco’s, China, Subway and Pizza Hut. Yes, we know this isn’t ideal.  More options can be found in nearby Salina.

The properties at Lindsborg Vacation Rentals have their own kitchens, so guests can make their own meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks – even a picnic at Coronado Heights or a local park. Be sure to stop by Scott’s Hometown Foods for your supplies and Swedish delicacies.

Our website has updated information under “Calendar of Events.”

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