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The museum strives to be fully accessible to all visitors. You can find detailed information in the Accessibility Database. Should you have further questions or experience difficulties with accessibility during your visit, please inform the staff at the reception or contact us at


About 25 meters from the museum's entrance, there are four parking spaces reserved for you with limited mobility and valid parking permit.

Public transport

The nearest bus stop is Kommunhuset in Skärhamn, about 800 meters from the museum. Västtrafik's buses depart from Stenungsund and Gothenburg. Visit Västtrafik's website for current information or read more under Find us.


The museum's entrance has automatic sliding doors. There are door openers to the exhibition halls.

Accessible toilets

The museum has two fully accessible toilets on the ground floor, one in the museum's entrance and one in the workshop Fria verkstaden.


A lift to the upper floor is located in the museum's entrance. The lift has automatic sliding doors.

Wheelchair and walking frame

There are no thresholds in the building and it is easy to get around with a wheelchair or walking frame in the museum. A wheelchair is available for loan, please talk to the museum staff at the reception.


Portable folding seats are available in the first exhibition hall. Benches are usually placed throughout the exhibitions.

Companion and personal assistant

Companions and personal assistants have free admission to the museum's exhibitions and events.


Pets are not allowed on the museum's premises or in the guest studios. Exceptions are made for assistance dogs, who are welcome at the museum.


Smoking is prohibited at the museum. This includes the area surrounding the museum as well as the guest studios.


In connection with the exhibitions, an informative exhibition catalogue and/or booklet is produced for those who want to know more about the art. An introductory film is often shown continuously during the exhibition's opening hours. For some exhibitions, an audio guide is produced, which you can access via your smartphone. Guided, audio-enhanced tours are offered for a majority of the exhibitions (mainly in Swedish). It is possible to book separate guided tours in English or for groups with special needs.

Current information about exhibitions, programs, news and the museum is always published on our website,

Hearing loop

In the assembly hall (Samlingssalen) where most of the museum's events take place, a hearing loop is installed.

Guest studios

The guest studios are located on Bockholmen, opposite of the museum. The guest studios are linked to the museum board walk by a wooden bridge across the water, approximately 50 meters long. One of the studios offers a wall-mounted bed on the ground floor. Read more about our guest studios.