Accessibility in our buildings
The museum entrance where the shop, as well as the restaurant and café are located, along with an exhibition on the history of banknotes. The premises are wheelchair accessible with lift and accessible toilet.
This building, the Red warehouse, has an exhibition on the history of paper and a paper workshop. The premises are wheelchair accessible and have an accessible toilet.
The firehouse or fire station houses a fire engine and an exhibition about fire safety. It is accessible for prams, strollers and wheelchairs.
The Kölnan building is not accessible due to its status as a culturally protected building, even inside. It houses the exhibition on life at the mill, which is also accessible in digital form via a computer in the Oxhuset building.
We offer free audio guides in Swedish and English. The audio guide is about the exhibitions and describes life at the mill and the history of Swedish banknotes.
Parking is free with a parking disc, and you can park for up to 4 hours. You are welcome to park your motorcoach/RV in our parking lot, but you may not park there overnight.
The parking spaces do not have charging posts.
There are two disabled parking spaces adjacent to the museum entrance.
Guide dogs are of course welcome to accompany you into the museum.
We want visitors to Tumba Paper Mill Museum's website to find the information they need for their visit. The aim is for our visitors to be able to take advantage of what we have to offer in an easy way, regardless of their functional ability.