Facilities for every occasion
Combine your next conference, annual meeting or workshop with a design experience which will create new perspectives and lasting impressions. The Röhsska Museum showcases fashion that takes material and form to new levels, furniture design that challenges tradition and function, and thousand-year-old objects that will take your breath away.
You can hire venues for various types of meetings with adjustments for large or small groups available. See below for a more detailed description of our various venues. We offer bookings Tuesday through Friday. Choose between a full day from 8 to 17 or a half-day from 13 to 17.
Entry to the museum is free when you book a meeting during our regular opening hours. If your meeting takes place before the end of June we will offer a complimentary brief introduction to the museum, its history, as well as the current exhibitions.
You are of course welcome to order lunch, tea, coffee, and cakes or light snacks for your event or meeting.
Further enhance your visit by booking a guided tour of one of the museum’s exhibitions. Our knowledgeable guides will take you on an in-depth tour of the objects, designers and design history. The tours can be tailored to what is interesting to you and your group, so don’t hesitate to contact us with any ideas or preferences you might have.
For more information on how your next meeting can be designed with us, please contact email@example.com
Information regarding Covid-19
If you are symptom-free, you are welcome to visit the museum. Please take extra care regarding hand hygiene and keep a safe distance to other visitors. If you are not feeling well, we advise you to postpone your visit, due to the ongoing spread of the Corona virus. Read more here.
About the Röhsska Museum
Design is everywhere and is something which concerns us all. Since it opened in 1916, Röhsska is Sweden’s only museum dedicated solely to design and craft. Historic and contemporary design and craft are presented in exhibitions and public programmes, which give insights into concepts of design and the influence it has on our society.
Image at the top: Hendrik Zeitler