By reason of the corona virus

Swedish Railway Museum is currently closed due to renovation but train trips are arranged in the meantime. The number of visitors to the museum has been limited to 500 in line with the decision by the Swedish government to prohibit public gatherings of 500 people or more to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus. Swedish Railway Museum is monitoring developments closely and is following the recommendations made by the authorities.

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Friday 3 July

Swedish Railway Museum

Please note! the museum is currently closed for renovation of the exhibitions. During this time you are most welcome to join us for trips with our historical trains, to various destinations around Sweden.

The train rides and the opening of the Train Hall is canceled  until further notice to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus.
The museum is monitoring developments closely and hope to open again soon.
We hope to be able to deliver the Wilderness Train in august.

SWEDISH RAILWAY MUSEUM

Closed for renovation! Please note that Swedish Railway Museum is currently closed for renovation of the exhibitions. During this time you are most welcome to join us for trips with our historical trains, to various destinations around Sweden. We are hoping to re-open in summer 2022.

The trips and opening of the Train Hall is canceled until further notice to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus. The museum is monitoring developments closely and hope to open again soon. We hope to be able to be up and running again in august in time for the Wilderness Train.

Search the Collections

Swedish Railway Museum's collections – photographs, objects and books – are searchable on DigitaltMuseum.

The railway's green cultural heritage

The planting of parks and gardens along the country's railway lines was extensive for over a hundred years, from the mid-1800s until the 1970s. The research project The railway's green cultural heritage investigate how and why state and private railways' planting activities came about, were organised, and ultimately dismantled.