Down to earth

See the exhibition Down to earth - self sufficiency then and now. Open Thursday-Sunday 11.00-16.00. Free admission!

Opening hours

Open today 11:00–16:00
Our opening hours

Play and learn

There is plenty for families to see and do at the museum, both indoors and outdoors!

Children play "store"
Photo: Daniel Gustafsson, Tumba bruksmuseum/SHM.

Restaurant and café

Grab a seat inside our restaurant and café "Brukscaféet" or enjoy our outdoor seating. We serve homemade baked goods, hot and cold drinks, and light lunches.

Staff puring coffee in outdoor café
Photo: Daniel Gustafsson, Tumba bruksmuseum/SHM.

Make your own paper!

It's fun and easy. Learn about papermaking on a guided tour that ends with you trying your hand at papermaking.

Person holding a papermaking frame dripping with water
Photo: Ola Myrin, Tumba Paper Mill Museum/SHM.

Christmas meal

Enjoy well-composed dishes inspired by the flavours and aromas of Christmas in a unique setting. Combine with a tour of the mill!

Yellow building in the snow
Photo: Jonathan Elbaz, Tumba Paper Mill Museum/SHM.


Learn more about Swedish banknotes and paper history. It is free of charge to visit the exhibitions.

Museum shop

Looking for luxury correspondence cards and paper?

Visit the museum online

Enjoy Tumba Paper Mill Museum's exciting stories wherever you are.