Information in English

Our new website is under construction. The English version will be available shortly, we apologize for the inconvenience.

We are currently creating a new website for the Museum of World Culture. Our ambition is to give you, the user, a richer experience, and to give more people in our organization the opportunity to use the web as a tool. We are also aiming for a higher degree of integration with various social media.

About the museum

The museum wants to be an arena for discussion and reflection in which many and different voices will be heard, where the controversial and conflict-filled topics can be addressed, as well as a place where people can feel at home across borders.
The museum's restaurant "Tabla" serves refreshments, snacks, lunch and dinner.

Opening Hours

The museum is open to the public every day of the week except on Mondays.

Tuesday 12-17
Wednesday 12-20
Thursday 12-17
Friday 12-17
Saturday 11-17
Sunday 11-17
Mondays closed.

Opening hours bank holidays and special days

Maundy Thursday 12-5 pm
Good Friday 12-5 pm
Easter Eve 12-5 pm
Easter Sunday 11 am-5 pm
Easter Monday - closed
Walpurgis Night - closed
International Workers' Day May 1 12-5 pm
Day Before Ascension Day 12-5 pm
Ascension Day 12-5 pm
National Day Of Sweden (June 6) 12-5 pm
Whitsun Eve 11 am-5 pm
Whitsunday 11 am-5 pm
Midsummer's Eve CLOSED
Midsummer's Day CLOSED

Admission fee 40 SEK

From the new year we introduce entrance fee in the form of an annual pass for 40 SEK. Admission is free for everyone up to the age of 19. Come and see programs, have a cup of tea, meet, or surf the Web wirelessly.

With many new exhibitions, lots of programs, 600 school programs and 250 conference events in a year, the museum reaches a young, wide audience.

In order to develop our activity further we are now taking an entrance fee of SEK 40 for a season ticket. It is still free for anyone to go to the restaurant, cafe and shop.

Major touring exhibitions with admission-fee
The museum will now establish itself as a tour-stop for large international exhibitions. For these, visitors will have to pay extra admission.

Free programs

Live concerts, spoken-word, Community Nights, seminars - in the museum's great stairs you can experience multiple programs without paying admission. Welcome!

Programs with admission

For some of the museum's program activities you need to buy a ticket. This is indicated in connection with information about program activities.

Directions

Public transportation
The Museum of World Culture is just a short walk from Korsvägen Street. You can get to Korsvägen Street by tram 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 or 13, by bus 49, 50, 52, 91, 157, 513, 761, or 771, by the Red, Green or Orange Express, or by the airport bus.

Car
Route E6 passes close to the Museum of World Culture. Get off at Gårda, Liseberg.

Parking for cars
It may be hard to find parking close to the museum. There are spaces on 34, Åvägen Street in the Focus parking garage, on Sofierogatan Road below Rondo, on Södra vägen Street by the southern exit to Liseberg, and on Valhallagatan Road at Scandinavium and the Valhallabadet pool. Parking for the disabled is available in the museums private parking area.

Parking for buses
Parking for buses is available on Sofierogatan Road below Rondo, and on Södra vägen Street by the southern entrance to Liseberg.

Visitor Services


Free Wi-Fi
We offer free Wi-Fi to our visitors. Ask the Front-of-house staff for instructions.

Coatroom and Lockers
Adjacent to the entrance of the museum is a coatroom with lockers, where you can store your belongings free of charge.

Prams/Buggies and Baby Changing Room
Prams/buggies are allowed in all of the museum's public areas and lifts. The exhibitions are not fully accessible with a buggy. You may leave your buggy at the entrance, where locks are provided. There is a baby changing room by the rest rooms.

Parking
There is a parking lot on the south side of the museum. Handicap parking is available by the museum entrance and on the south side.

Pets
No pets apart from guide dogs for the blind are allowed in the museum.

Currency
The museum accepts foreign currency and payment by credit card in the café, restaurant and shop.

Contacting the Museum

Phone information
+46-(0)10-456 12 00

E-mail

Location
Södra vägen 54 (by Korsvägen, next to Universeum).
Bus/tram-stop Korsvägen.

Mailing Adress

The Museum of World Culture
Box 5303
402 27 Göteborg
SWEDEN

Booking conferences, events and guided tours
+46 (0)10-456 11 09 / +46 (0)10-456 11 78