Opening hours

Opening hours: 12–16
April: Saturday–Sunday
May: Thursday–Sunday
June – August: Tuesday–Sunday
September: Thursday–Sunday
October: Saturday–Sunday

For the rest of the year the museum is open for pre-booked tours and in connection to event program.

The museum is closed on Midsummer’s Eve, but open every other holiday that falls during our regular opening hours.

Admission fees

Full price admission: 100 kr
Reduced admission for students and seniors: 80 kr
Children (0–15 years old): free admission
Kulturarvskortet (Svenskt Kulturarv): 50 % discount on full price
Free admission: ICOM card, SMI card, RSM card, SVB-nyckeln, Press card
Guided tour is included in the admission.

Getting here

The museum is situated at Lögebodavägen 10 in Bellevue park, on a hill between Wenner-Gren Center and Brunnsviken lake. Follow the green signs through the park.

Public transportations: subway or commuter train to Stockholm Odenplan followed by 15-20 minutes walk or take a bus from Odenplan. Buss 2 towards Norrtull and bus 515 towards Sundbyberg, bus stop Sveaplan, or bus 50 towards Stora Lappkärrsberget, bus stop Roslagstull. 5-10 minutes walk from bus stops.

By car: Drive Roslagsvägen north from Stockholm towards Albano, make a left u-turn at the red light at Kräftriket and drive in right lane back towards the city. Turn right from Rostagstulls roundabout up the hill through Bellevuevägen. Drive by yellow houses, Pasch’s farm (Pasch malmgård) and continue driving down the road. The museum is situated at the right side of the road down the hill towards Brunnsviken. Parking lot max 2 hours in direct connection to museum. Parking fee is paid through Stockholm City (Stockholm Stad) parking app. There are parking lots at Brunnsviksvägen and by Wenner-Gren Center.

Accessibility 

Paths in the garden have gravel surface. Museums entrance is reached via a staircase with two low steps and a handrail. There is a mobile ramp for wheelchair and rollator (rolling walker). Museum building has one floor and low doorsteps. Toilet is not wheelchair accessible and can only be reached through a narrow passage.

Dogs on leash are welcome in the museum garden but not inside the museum, except for guide dogs. Baby strollers are not allowed inside the museum. Stroller can be left in the garden.

Guided tours

Every hour on the hour during opening hours there is a guided tour in Swedish, approximately 20 minutes. Guided tour in English is held daily at 13.30. The tour is included in the admission fee.

Book guided tour

Guided tour 60 minutes and max 30 people can be booked outside the museums opening hours.

Weekday at 09.00–16.00 2 000 kr
Weekday at 16.15–20.00 3 000 kr
Weekend at 09.00–20.00 3 000 kr
The price includes admission fee.
Additional fee for tours in English 400 kr

Sculpture walks

Thematic city tour focusing on public art, ca 90 minutes for max 30 people.

Weekday at 09.00–16.30 2 500 kr
Weekday at 16.30–20.00 3 400 kr
Weekend at 09.00–20.00 3 400 kr
Additional fee for tours in English 400 kr

School

Guided tours for preschool and school classes can be booked outside museum opening hours. Sculpture walk can be booked on weekdays 9-16.

Guided tour 60 minutes, max 30 people.
Weekdays at 09.00–16.00 1 000 kr

Guided tour with workshop 90 minutes, max 30 people.
Weekdays at 09.00–16.00 1 500 kr

Sculpture walk 60/90 minutes, max 30 people.
Weekdays at 09.00–16.00 1 000/1 500 kr

Additional fee for tour in English 400 kr

Museum shop

There are plaster statuettes, posters, postcards and selected books among other things in our museum shop. The shop has same opening hours as the museum as well as in connection to pre-booked tours and event program.

Café

Drinks and sweet treats are available for self-service. Sitting area in the garden. Same opening hours as the museum.

Family

Treasure hunt for children can be borrowed at the entrance. You can find family program with workshops and tours under program in the main menu on this website.

Photography 

Artworks in the museum and museum garden are protected by copyright (SFS 1960:729). Unauthorized publication entails compensation liability for copyright infringement and/or money damage.

Taking photos for private use is allowed. Filming, using flash or tripod is not allowed. Remember not to post photos of museum staff or other visitors without their consent due to GDPR. Tag us on social media #carleldhsateljemuseum @carleldhsateljemuseum

Apply for photo and publishing permit via e-mail info@eldhsatelje.se. This is also required for editorial purposes if you are writing about the museum.

Wedding

Civil marriage can be arranged in the museum, with some restrictions. Ceremony can be arranged in the garden for a bigger gathering.

Museum rentals

It is possible to rent the museum garden in connection to pre-booked guided tours. Food and drinks can be served outside, arranged by the person booking. Limited space under the ceiling. Price on request.