The former farmhouse at Bäckagården, is located right next to the transit route in the Marbäck community, just south of Ulricehamn.
Ulricehamn has five historic buildnings
Buildings listed as cultural buildings, have strong protection by the cultural heritage law, as declared by the local government.
Ulricehamn has five historic buildings: Källebacka Mansion, Vinsarp Stone House, Bäckagården, the Old Water Plant and the Station Building.
The former farmhouse at Bäckagården, is located right next to the transit route in the Marbäck community, just south of Ulricehamn. The facade is red panel boarding and white-painted window frames. The saddle roof is made from brick mold tiles, and two distinctive keyhole shaped porches adorn the front of the building.
Bäckagården was an inn from the 1600s until 1880. The current building; a red, wooden two-storey house with pitched roof, was built in the beginning of the 1800s. It consists of two adjoining houses, one of which may be older.
Since 1964, The Bjorkman Family Association from Marbäck has had ownership of the house.