|• Total||7.56 km2 (2.92 sq mi)|
(31 December 2010)
|• Density||1,050/km2 (2,700/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+2 (CEST)|
Stångån is a small river running through the city.
Vimmerby had its charter as early as the fourteenth century. The main street, Storgatan, still has the shape in which it was built in the medieval time. There are also many old wooden houses in the city.
Vimmerby is currently a tourist attraction due to historical links with Swedish author Astrid Lindgren (1907–2002). The Astrid Lindgren's World is a theme park for children that has themes from her books, and is visited by fans from around the world. When Astrid Lindgren wrote her books about the country boy Emil of Lönneberga she used much information from her own upbringing in the rural areas of Vimmerby.
Vimmerby Church (Vimmerby kyrka) was built in 1854-1855. The church is built in a neoclassical style with a church tower to the west. The baptismal font is carved in granite and dates from around the year 1200. The pulpit was made in 1713 by the sculptor Olof Jonasson Wiström (1666- 1720). The altarpiece was added in 1877 and was painted by artist Sven Alfred Thörne (1850-1916). 
The following sports clubs are located in Vimmerby:
Twin towns — sister citiesEdit
The following cities are twinned with Vimmerby:
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