RÖRSTRAND MUSEUMS KAFÉ

– Come on in to taste our own blend of coffee beans, drink a cup of Mon-Amie tea and enjoy a scoop of ice cream that you can’t buy anywhere else.s.

Local produce features highly on the menu; sandwiches on homemade bread, salads and of course delicious cakes. There’s an outdoor seating area in the Rörstrand Center’s newly renovated courtyard, where you can see sculptures made by students from the Formakademin design school located here. Various artist collaborations also take place in the café and there’s a plate wall which we hope will spark some memories and inspire conversations around the table.

The cafe has the same opening times as the museum.

Exhibition in the cafe 2021. Photographer: Daniel Ström.

RÖRSTRAND MUSEUMS KAFÉ

– Come on in to taste our own blend of coffee beans, drink a cup of Mon-Amie tea and enjoy a scoop of ice cream that you can’t buy anywhere else.s.

Local produce features highly on the menu; sandwiches on homemade bread, salads and of course delicious cakes. There’s an outdoor seating area in the Rörstrand Center’s newly renovated courtyard, where you can see sculptures made by students from the Formakademin design school located here. Various artist collaborations also take place in the café and there’s a plate wall which we hope will spark some memories and inspire conversations around the table.

The cafe has the same opening times as the museum.

In the cafe
PS showroom & webshop…
…is a newly started e-commerce portal for local image and design practitioners in Lidköping and Götene. 12 participants from PS culture creators will participate from 2021 and they have the ambition to grow further with both individual shop rooms and joint visitor pages At Rörstrand Museum’s café, PS showrooms are now being launched with a selection of products and works for retail trade in the form of a moving exhibition in the café. You pay in the PS webshop and can take your purchase with you immediately. Then it is refilled.

Visit: psshowrooms.se

Exhibition in the cafe 2021. Photographer: Daniel Ström.

Many thanks to Sparbanksstiftelsen Lidköping who made it possible to rebuild the museum’s premises and the new exhibitions.

Design: Things at Web