Our sustainability strategy

By being part of Stepping up Sustainability, the Tourist Board of Western Sweden's collective initiative for a sustainable tourism industry, Rörstrand Museum works actively with the goals within Agenda 2030.

How do we make as little unnecessary impact on the environment as possible?
We choose to work with local businesses and sustainable Swedish materials as far as possible. Our exhibitions are made to last a long time and materials are recycled. All lighting has been changed to LEDs, made in Sweden. We have a travel policy promoting more climate friendly transport alternatives and we encourage our visitors to travel sustainably.

In our cafe the menu is decided in collaboration with Lokalproducerat i Väst (Locally Produced in the West), new energy saving machines have been installed in the kitchen, guests are served tap water, the menu changes seasonally and we take steps to reduce food waste.

How do we make the museum good for both residents and visitors?
Rörstrand Museum’s task is to make available the cultural-historical treasure that the collections comprise. This is carried out both in the museum and digitally. By working with the other businesses in the Rörstrand Center we jointly create an area for cultural experiences and shopping, for both residents and visiting guests, which is highly accessible.

We are an InfoPoint with information about lots of local attractions, which inspires guests to see and do more in the area. Through our temporary exhibitions and programme of activities we can work with both local art and culture practitioners and also show international contemporary art. We have a biennial Porcelain Festival, attracting many ceramics, art and crafts enthusiasts.

What do we do to attract visitors when and where it’s not full?

We plan our exhibitions, adapt our marketing and package experiences with other providers.

What do we do to secure more full time jobs and a more resilient business?

We are open all year round and we cooperate, for example, with the Formakademin, the hotel and restaurant training at the high school and Destination Läckö-Kinnekulle in skills supply issues.

Upcoming Events

Öppettider 2024

Måndag Stängt
Tisdag-fredag kl. 10-17
Lördag kl. 10-16
Söndag kl. 11-15

Avvikande öppettider

29 mars Långfredag kl. 11-15
1 maj kl. 11-15
9 maj Kristi himmelfärdsdag kl. 11-15
6 juni Nationaldagen kl. 11-15
23 juni Midsommarafton stängt
24 juni Midsommardagen stängt
7 september Museirally kl. 10-16
2 november Alla helgons dag kl. 12-00
24-26 december Julafton, Juldagen och Annandag jul stängt
31 december Nyårsafton stängt


80 SEK
Årskort 120 kr
Fri entré upp till 26 år, samt för studenter mot uppvisande av giltig studentlegitimation.
Kulturarvskortet ger 50% rabatt på entréavgift.
Vi accepterar kort- och Swishbetalning och är en kontantfri verksamhet.

Upcoming Events

Opening Hours 2024

Monday closed
Tuesday-Friday 10-17
Saturday 10-16
Sunday 11-15

Exceptional opening hours

March 29 Good Friday 11-15
May 1 11-15
May 9 Ascension Day 11-15
June 6 National Day 11-15
June 23 Midsummer Eve closed
June 24 Midsummer Day closed
September 7 "Museirally" 10-16
November 2 All Saints Day 12-00
December 24-26 Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day closed
31 December New Year’s Eve closed


80 SEK
The cultural heritage card gives a 50% discount on the entrance fee.
Season ticket 120 SEK
Free entry up to the age of 26, as well as for students on presentation of a valid student ID.
We accept card and Swish payments and are a cashless business.