Some practical tips and details that may be helpful when you plan to visit the museum.
Eat and drink
There is no restaurant or café in the museum but there are severel places to eat or have a "fika" nearby, in Gustavsbergs harbour or city centre.
In the museum Workshop there are a few tables and chairs. You are welcome to bring your own picninc basket and have it there.
It is not allowed to bring food or drinks into the exhibitions,.
Bags, storage facilities, wardrobe
- You are allowed to bring smaller bags or backpacks (max. 42x30x10 cm) into the exhibitions. Please note that backpacks must be held in your hand.
- You may not bring larger bags and backpacks, umbrellas, walking poles or ice grips.
- There are lockers on the entrance floor. The lockers measure 40x30x39 cm.
- Please note that there is no wardrobe or room for larger bags such as cabin bags, suitcases and trekking backpacks or large umbrellas.
- Please note that the Museum accepts no responsibility for items placed in lockers.
- Unattended bags or other items may be taken care of by the staff.
Prams and pushchairs
You are welcome to bring your pram or pushchair when visiting the museum.
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The museum is adapted to make it easy to get around with a wheelchair. Where there are level differences there is a lift or ramp. We have a wheelchair for lending.
No pets are allowed in the museum. Guide dogs and assistance dogs are welcome.
Photography and filming
You are welcome to take photographs and videors for private use during your visit, provided you do not use a selfie stick, tripod or flash. Find out more about photographing and filming.
By being careful, we help to ensure that future generations will also be able to experience the museum’s treasures.
You can easily bump into the objects on display, especially if the exhibition is crowded. For this reason, you are not allowed to bring backpacks, large bags or umbrellas, etc. into the museum. In order to avoid spilling, you are not allowed to bring food or drink either.
Why are you not allowed to touch the objects?
Even if we can’t see or feel it, our fingers are always a little bit sticky. The salt and grease that form naturally on our hands leave marks on the objects if we touch them, and this causes serious damage. For this reason, you are not allowed to touch objects in the museum, not even gently.
Easily damaged floors
Unfortunately, our wooden floors can’t cope with walking poles and ice grips. Please take them off before entering the museum. Ice grips can be stored in the lockers.
Visitors wanting to run off steam will need to slow down, and children may need a hand to hold.