The museum shop with visitors and staff.
Photo: Erik Lernestål, Tumba Paper Mill Museum/SHM.
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Museum Shop

In the Tumba Paper Mill Museum's cosy little museum shop, we sell our own handmade paper, other paper products, honey, postcards, books and more. Paper is at the heart of the museum's activities, and the shop is no exception.

Our assortment includes Swedish products made in a traditional way. The shop also has some small items for children. We are happy to help you find gifts for christenings, graduations, weddings, baby showers and other celebrations among our assortment. Feel free to ask our knowledgeable staff for assistance!

Opening hours and contact details

The shop is located in the main entrance of the museum, in the Oxhuset building. You do not have to visit the museum's exhibitions to browse the items in our shop, but we would certainly recommend it as admission is free of charge. At the moment, we do not have a webshop. All of our items are purchased on site in our physical shop. We can ship items (extra charge for shipping). 

The shop has the same opening hours as the museum.

Payment

We accept cash, credit/debit cards (not Amex) and Swish. We invoice for companies. 

A secret recipe rediscovered after 50 years!

Did you know that there once was a brewery in Tumba, on Storvretsbacken? A soft drink with a secret receipt was brewed there – Tumba Special. When the brewery closed down in the 1950s, the recipe disappeared. 

Fifty years later, when the brewery owner's widow was moving, she found the recipe in a drawer. Now this fantastic drink is being produced once again in small quantities. We serve Tumba Special in the museum restaurant and café, but you can also buy a few bottles to take home! 

Photo: Jens Mohr, Tumba Paper Mill Museum/SHM.

Museum books and catalogues

Tumba Paper Mill Museum has published a number of texts about life at the mill. You can read about the history of the mill and the people who have worked and lived here. 

The museum shop also has other literature about life at the mill, papermaking, the history of paper, the history of banknotes and industrial history.  

Photo: Jens Mohr, Tumba Paper Mill Museum/SHM.

Our handmade paper

Looking for luxury correspondence cards and paper? Our paper made on site is handcrafted from 100 procent cotton in our workshop at the museum. In the shop, you can find A4 and A5 paper, envelopes and correspondence cards. The paper is available with watermark, antiqued, smooth or with elements of plants and other fibres. 

Are you curious about how paper is made? Book a course in papermaking. Or why not go on a tour and learn more? 

Photo: Jens Mohr, Tumba Paper Mill Museum/SHM.

Products from Crane & Co

Crane & Co was originally an American family company that made both banknote paper and fine paper, in the same way that Tumba Paper Mill has done for a long time. In our shop, we offer a small range of quality stationery and correspondence cards from Crane & Co. 

Locally produced honey

Would you like to taste honey produced at Tumba Paper Mill Museum? Our bees, who live behind the museum's main building, make honey that we sell at the museum when it is in season. The supply is limited, so feel free to contact the museum to check whether we have any honey available for sale or if you have any questions.  

Who runs the shop? 

Tumba Paper Mill Museum is part of the National Historical Museums. All proceeds from the museum shop and the café go to Tumba Paper Mill Museum activities.

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Order stationery and paper products

We accept orders for personalised cards/stationery for celebrations such as weddings, christenings and parties. These are made by hand at the museum. Take the opportunity to have your name/company logo watermarked on the invitation card.

You may also be interested in:

  • Invitation cards  
  • Place cards
  • Watercolour paper 
  • Diplomas   
  • Correspondence cards with your own watermark   

If you would like to place an order, please fill out an order request form and we will contact you.  

Please note that the delivery time is at least 4 weeks. 

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