Kågegården was built during the 18th century, perhaps as early as 1721, at Granden, Kåge. It is a timbered cottage, or so-called Västerbottensgård, with an entrance chamber. The typical västerbottensgård was only one floor from the beginning but was often built in the 19th century with a loft. Fireplaces were available for heating in kitchens and chambers, the rooms used daily. The front of the chamber was used as storage space while the hall could be arranged at holidays. Kågegården became the first building to be moved to Nordanå in 1930.
Kågegården has undergone many changes, from housing to exhibition hall and today a museum. You can visit the soaped floors, the hall and the open kitchen in summertime. Kågegården reflects the year 1904, when the Lundmark family lived in the building.