Virserum Art Museum is open from February until early December.
Tuesday to Sunday 12-17
Summer 8/6 – 16/8 2015
Every day 10-18
Exceptional opening hours: Information on our exceptional opening hours is provided via the website.
Pre-booked groups can also visit us at times other than the ordinary opening times at no extra cost.
Adults: SEK 100.
Under 18: free when accompanied by an adult.
When paying for admission, visitors are offered the opportunity to buy membership instead, which entails free admission for the rest of the season. (The membership card is valid for the remainder of the year in which it is purchased)
Group ticket: SEK 60 for adults and SEK 30 for children aged 7-18.
Eight paying visitors and above count as a group.
The first thing to welcome you when entering is Café Eken, where seating is available. The room also houses our reception, shop and toilets with disabled facilities. Our reception is always manned by a host, who can tell you about the exhibitions and provide directions.
We have only unattended cloakrooms.
We offer free WIFI in our exhibition halls and café.
If you have a packed lunch, picnic tables are available outside.
It is permitted to take photographs in our exhibitions.
Take care when visiting our exhibitions. It is easy to bump into something with a rucksack, a large bag, etc. Eating and drinking is not permitted in the exhibitions.
Virserum Art Museum is located approx. 500 m from the through route in Virserum. There are signs from the road to us.
Kyrkogatan 34, 570 80 Virserum
Our GPS coordinates are N 57 19.024, E015 35.442
From Stockholm: Head south on the E4. At Linköping, take road 23 towards Växjö. Road 23 passes through Virserum. Follow the brown signs in Virserum. From road 23, turn left onto Kyrkogatan. The museum is approx. 500 m down the road.
From Malmö: Take the E22 to Hörby, then follow road 23 to Linköping. Continue on road 23. Road 23 passes through Virserum. Follow the brown signs in Virserum. From road 23, turn right onto Kyrkogatan. The museum is approx. 500 m down the road.
From Göteborg: Take road 27/road 40 towards Jönköping, then follow road 31 to Vetlanda and then road 125. In Virserum, turn right onto road 23 towards Åseda. Road 23 passes through Virserum. Follow the brown signs in Virserum. From road 23, turn left onto Kyrkogatan. The museum is approx. 500 m down the road.
It can be problematic to get to Virserum and back via public transport, but there are certain possibilities.
From Växjö: Trains and busses from all major cities go to Växjö. Bus 320 goes from Växjö. Kronobergs Länstrafik and Kalmar Länstrafik share the service on this line. Please note that there are few departures on this line, and getting to Virserum and back to Växjö in the same day is only possible on weekdays.
From Hultsfred: To get to Hultsfred, it is possible to take the train from Linköping and Kalmar. Please note that this train line may be discontinued; check for up-to-date information. From Hultsfred, bus 62 operated by Kalmar Länstrafik has a few departures per day. Here too, weekend traffic can be problematic.