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

Listen to our audio guide  

Want to find out more about Tumba Paper Mill Museum's exhibitions? We invite you to listen to our free audio guide. In addition to tracks about the museum's permanent exhibitions, there are also bonus tracks about the design of our current banknote series, as well as about historical games and what it was like to grow up at the Tumba Paper Mill in the 1930s. To access the audio guide, visit guide.tumbabruksmuseum.se

An audio guide on a smartphone screen.
Photo: Jens Mohr, Tumba Paper Mill Museum/SHM.

Google Arts & Culture

On Google Arts & Culture you can delve into watermarks and paper forms with unique watermarks.

One of the houses at Tumba Paper Mill
Photo: Ola Myrin, Tumba Paper Mill Museum/SHM.

Free Digital Resource Sverigeshistoria.se

Tumba Paper- Mill Museum is part of Sverigeshistoria.se, which is a free digital educational resource created for Swedish schools. But anyone is welcome to use it!

Students can acquaint themselves with museum objects and get in-depth information from the museum's collections, no matter where they are in the country. Read the exciting interactive article “Ett livsfarligt tryck” (A deadly print). A teacher's guide is available for the article. Are you just curious about history? Please have a look around! 

Person pressing on an interactive map on an iPad
Photo: Erik Lernestål, Tumba Paper Mill Museum/SHM.
A person holding a smartphone.
Photo: Shutterstock.

Follow us on social media

Keep up to date with our current programmes, events and what's on offer in the restaurant and café. Additionally, we take you behind the scenes and show you details that not every visitor might see: how we make paper, what we grow in our kitchen garden, and all the flora and fauna on the mill grounds.