Tumba Bruksmuseum is an oasis near Stockholm inner city. Here the Swedish paper for bank notes have been produced for more than 250 years and since 1970 they have also been printed here. In June 2005 the Tumba Bruksmuseum moved to new buildings. The museum’s four buildings shows exhibitions of work and life in the bank note paper mill’s history and the Swedish bank note history as well as the history of the National Bank Riksbanken. During the normal opening hours you can see demonstrations of papermaking. Since May 2009 the old fire station has been open to the public. During the summer there is outdoor food service and the kitchen and herb gardens are open to the public.
Booking is required for lunch and dinners. Tumba Bruksmuseum are open for conferences and many other events all year round, booking is required, however.
|Opening hrs: ||June-Aug: Tue-Sun 11-16|
Sept-May: Sat-Sun 11-16 or after appointment
|Season: ||All year |
|Price: ||Free entrance |
|Location: ||20 min from Stockholm city. |