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Gustavsbergs Porslinsmuseum

Gustavsbergs Porslinsmuseum

Here you can see the classics created by the factory's famous designers, such as Wilhelm Kåges "Pyro", Stig Lindberg's "Arbour", Karin Björquists Nobel and Lisa Larson lovable little figures, but also many familiar patterns of the more anonymous nature, where "Blue Flower" and "Folk art" is among the most famous.

Gustavsberg Porcelain Museum also displays temporary exhibitions of varying scope, nature and content. Emphasis is placed on various aspects of porcelain and ceramics - in local, regional and international perspective - but may also involve industrial, archipelago, or anything that is exciting and relevant!


Hand Painting is by far the oldest method of decorating porcelain. Try yourself to paint here in our painting hall, with genuine porcelain colors on a mug or plate. Porcelain suit everyone, both children and adults. You can also let the newborn baby making a footprint on a plate.

Contact information

Gustavsbergs Porslinsmuseum
Odelbergs väg 5
134 40 Gustavsberg
Phone: +46 8 57035658
Mobile: +46 70 4130244
Contact: Ursula Malmström Nehm
Visiting adress: Odelbergs väg 5B1 Gustavsberg

Opening hours

Opening hours Low season from September to May Tuesday-Friday 10-16 Saturday-Sunday 11-16 Monday closed
season from June to August Tuesday-Friday 10-17 Saturday-Sunday-Monday 11-16


Directions By bus: 474 from Slussen to stop Farstaviken.
By car, Route 222, the highway until Gustavsberg.

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