The Gustavsberg Porcelain Museum is situated in Gustavsberg, on the island of Värmdö, east of Stockholm, in the former factory district, now known as Gustavsbergs hamn (the Gustavsberg Harbour). The neighbourhood is home to studios, shops, restaurants, cafés, galleries and a marina.
Visiting Adress: Odelbergs väg 5, 134 40 Gustavsberg
By public transport, from Stockholm
Take bus 474 from Slussen, direction Hemmesta or Mölnvik. Get off at bus stop "Vattenhjulet". The journey takes approximately 30 minutes. The walk from the bus stop to the museum takes just a few minutes. An SL ticket for the bus can be bought at the Pressbyrån kiosk in Gustavsberg Centrum.
Highway 222 to Gustavsberg exit, about 20 km. After 2 km, turn left at Farstaviken. Driving time from Slussen 20 minutes.
Parking is available in Gustavsberg Harbour (hamn), close to the museum, and at Iittala Outlet. There is an accessible parking space just in front of the museum.
In summer, Strömma kanalbolag runs day cruises from Stockholm to Gustavsberg, journey time 2 hours. Visit www.stromma.se to find out more.
Fixed prices with Värmdö Taxi between the Gustavsberg Porcelain Museum and adresses in Stockholm inner city. Book a taxi by calling +46 8–570 357 00 and report “Fixed price between The Gustavsberg Porcelain Museum and Stockholm”.”.
Regular car, 1–4 passengers: SEK 470/one way trip
Large car, 1–7 passengers: SEK 705/one way trip
The fixed prices are applicable at all times, every day of the week.