Dalarna museum in Falun is a county museum where the cultural treasures and history of Dalarna are presented in an accessible manner for all ages and interests. Dalarna’s traditions and history has a special place in the hearts of Swedes, and this becomes apparent as you wander through this large and well-presented museum
Other opening hours during autumn 2019:
The museum in Falun will be partially closed, from the 1st of October 2019. During 500 days the daily runnings of the museum will be interrupted. The major collections will be moved to new warehouses. Therefore the ordinairy exhibitions with folk paintings, music and costumes will be closed. However, other temporary events and art exhibitions will be open.
It has one of Sweden’s biggest collections of Dalarna folk paintings, folk music, folk costumes, handicrafts and prints The museum started collecting objects in 1862 and it now has 20,000 groups, with around 60,000 objects in total – you won’t see all of them, but you can try.
A museum that reflects the collected cultural heritage of the region with its distinctive history, traditions and culture, which can still be experienced to the present day through visits to the province.
Selma Lagerlöf´s library from her Falun home has been rebuilt in the museum.
Externa länkar och dokument
Facilities and service
- Physically disabled facilities
- Accessible Parking
- WC facilities for disabled
- Framkomlighet för synskadade