4 km west of Forsheda is Forshedaverkens Industrial Museum, with exhibitions of machinery used by the company Forshedaverken from 1917 and onwards. Just beside is the Forsheda Mill where flour has been milled since the Middle Ages. The mill was a natural meeting place for farmers in the area.
For information about the milling process and the history of the mill, see the notice boards. The original timber building is still preserved and hidden behind the red colored wooden building and below the brick roof is a shingle roof. The mill was still in use until 1959.
Store Mosse is a national park that comprises the largest untouched marshland south of Lappland. The park is 15 x 12 km in extent, and the vegetation here is similar to that of the wilderness of Norrland. The park offers more than 40 km of trails and boardwalks.