Address & opening hours
111 60 Stockholm
Phone: +46 8 4419170
Subway station: Rådmansgatan, exit Sveavägen/Tegnérgatan
Strindbergsmuseet is temporarily closed due to The Public Health Agency of Sweden’s new coronavirus measures.
The museum is closed on December 24, 31, January 1, April 10, June 6, 18-21.
Adults 75 SEK. Students, senior citizens and unemployed 50 SEK.
Admission is free for children and young people up to 19 years.
Guided tours 20 SEK, free for children and young people up to 19 years.
Booking of guided tours
Guided tours can be booked by phone: +46 (0)8 411 53 54.
ACCESSIBILITY FOR PHYSICALLY DISABLED
The museum is housed in a normal tenement and is not adapted for disabled.
Strindberg’s last home, and exhibition rooms are located on the fourth floor.
Strindberg’s Library is located on floor 6th. Lift is available. Between the main entrance on the street and the lift there are 4 steps. There is a wheelchair ramp that can be made available on request.
Lift door opening is 62 cm wide
The car is 1 m wide and 91 cm deep.
The museum’s entrance door has opening dimensions of 1 m and has a threshold. The doors of Strindberg’s housing has opening dimensions ranging from 60 cm to 80 cm.
Most doors have also threshold.
Exhibition room doors, all opening measure 90 cm.