Klippsta’s greatest value from the point of the cultural history is its landscape. The fields are uneven and are situated in the same pattern as they were in a map from 1634. There are also small and big areas of land that are not cultivated. On one of these ‘islands’ lie an ancient castle. It was probably built during the older Iron Age. Close to the buildings that stand there today is an old ruin. It is well kept with stone arches over the doors. It might be the remnants of the big house that stood here in the 17th century. The ruins lie side by side with an old grave field from the younger Iron Age. The oldest house standing here today is the western house, a farm house built in the 18th century.