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The Museum

The Swedish author August Strindberg (1849-1912) spent the last four years of his life in a building he called The Blue Tower. The reconstructed apartment, consisting of three rooms, and his library of some 3,000 works are today the core of the Strindberg Museum. There are also exhibitions presenting various aspects on Strindberg’s life and work.

The museum arranges furthermore temporary exhibitions, guided tours, lectures, theatre performances and other events. There is also a bookshop with books about Strindberg as well as his own writings.

The Strindberg Museum is continuously working with acquisition, collection and documentation. Archives and library are used regularly by scholars. The museum also gives an extensive service to the general public.