Overview of the mill

Visit us this summer!

Looking for a summer excursion? Welcome to Tumba Paper Mill Museum where you can enjoy inspiring exhibitions, a little museum shop and café. The exhibitions and environments tell the story of Swedish banknote history and the people who lived and worked at the Mill. Free admission!

Summer opening hours 2023

We are open June 1 – August 31 Thursday to Sunday, 11.00-16.00.

Down to earth

An exhibition based on life at Tumba Paper Mill around the turn of the last century, and how its inhabitants lived self-sufficently. You will also meet people living sustainably today. The exhibition, which is suited for both adults and families, takes place both inside the museum and outside in our beautiful parks and gardens.

Poster of an old woman to the exhibition "down to earth"

For children and families

Tumba Paper Mill Museum is a delightful destination for children. Our exhibitions are easy to visit with children – there's plenty to see at just the right height for them. For example, you can visit the old school room or peek inside the old fire station. Admission is free for both adults and children.

Children playing outdoors
Photo: Jens Mohr, Tumba Paper Mill Museum/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.

A child eating i the café
Photo: Ola Myrin, Tumba Paper Mill Museum/SHM.
annual pass front and back

Annual pass

Make your summer historic! The card is valid for all museums within the National Historical Museums:

The pass gives you free admission to all our permanent and temporary exhibitions, as many times as you wish during the year, from the date of purchase. It does not grant admission to guided tours, lectures or other programs where a fee is charged. You can buy the pass at each museum shop/reception. The pass cannot as of yet be purchased online. Wishing you a historic summer!

Visit at your own pace!

Welcome to visit the museum at your own pace and download our map or audio guide – free of charge.

Children running towards the camera

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