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Welcome to IKEA Museum in Älmhult. Here we tell you everything you need to know to get the most out of your visit. We look forward to meeting you.

We are rebuilding

The exhibitions IKEA through the ages and The many sides of Ingvar Kamprad will open again in spring 2023.  You can still visit us in Älmhult, find out our current exhibitions or visit IKEA Museum Digital for more IKEA history and stories about Ingvar Kamprad.

Opening hours

IKEA Museum
Every day 10:00 – 18:00

Museum shopp
Every day 10:00 – 18:00

KÖKET restaurant
Every day 10:00 – 18:00
Hot food served from 11:30.

Exceptions
15 December open until 17:00

23 and 30 December 2022 open until 14:00.

24 – 25 December, and 31 December 2022 – 1 January 2023: closed.

Admission

IKEA Museum is cash-free. Card or Swish payment welcome.

Adult: 60 SEK
60+: 55 SEK
Children under 18 år: Free

IKEA co-workers and their partner/children at home: Free
Annual pass 200 SEK

Getting here

IKEA Museum is in central Älmhult at IKEAgatan 5, and you can easily get here by train, bus or car. Click below for further information.

 

E4 from the south
Follow the E4 European Highway to Kronobergs län (Kronoberg County). Take exit 78 – Hamneda interchange. Take the roads Marknadsvägen and Pjätterydsvägen towards Älmhult.
At the junction where Pjätterydsvägen ends, turn right onto Bäckgatan.
Then take the first left onto IKEAgatan, before the roundabout.
The car park is on the left. The entrance to IKEA Museum is to the far right.

E4 from the north
Follow the E4 European Highway towards Road 120 in Kronobergs län (Kronoberg County). Take exit 76 – Strömsnäs/Traryd interchange.
Turn right towards Älmhult on the 120.
At the first roundabout, take the third exit onto Bäckgatan.
Then take the first right onto IKEAgatan.
The car park is on the left. The entrance to IKEA Museum is to the far right.

Road 23
Follow Road 23 towards Älmhult.
Take the exit towards Road 120/Traryd/Älmhult C/Stena/IKEA Älmhult.
Continue straight ahead at the roundabout towards Älmhult C, and straight ahead again at the next roundabout.
Carry straight on over the bridge and turn right.

At the next roundabout, take the first exit onto Bäckgatan.
Then take the first right onto IKEAgatan.
The car park is on the left. The entrance to IKEA Museum is to the far right.

 

Parking

There is a large, free car park between IKEA Museum and IKEA Hotell. Just outside the entrance to IKEA Museum, there are also spaces for visitors with special accessibility needs (badges/permits must be displayed).

 

Charging stations

If you have an electric car, there are free designated charging spaces in the IKEA Museum car park. Talk to our staff when you buy your ticket and they will give you a charging code.

The nearest bus stop is east of the railway tracks, south of the station building. Walk along the footbridge over the railway tracks. On the street, walk about 200 metres straight ahead and take a right. Follow the pavement about 50 metres, and the entrance to IKEA Museum will be on your right.

Find your bus here

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Skånetrafiken

IKEA Museum is just a stone’s throw from the railway platform. When you leave the train, take the steps up to the footbridge over the tracks and take a left. On the street, walk about 200 metres straight ahead and take a right. Follow the pavement about 50 metres, and the entrance to IKEA Museum will be on your right.

Book your train ticket here

SJ towards Stockholm/Alvesta/Malmö
Öresundståg towards Malmö/Köpenhamn/Växjö/Kalmar
Krösatåg towards Hässleholm/Växjö

Accessibility

Everybody is welcome at IKEA Museum. Our visitors have access to the museum and the exhibitions, restaurant and shop. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact us.

We are constantly working to ensure everybody has access to IKEA Museum. If you use a wheelchair, walking aid or pushchair, you can move freely between all floors, through the exhibitions, and around the shop and restaurant. There are wheelchairs available to borrow if required.

Toilets
There are toilets with good accessibility standards on several floors, and three of them are extra spacious.

Personal attendants
If you have a disability and arrive with a personal attendant, they have free admission.

Guide/service dogs
Guide dogs and service dogs are welcome. We cannot allow other animals into the museum because of allergies.

Parking
There is a large, free car park between IKEA Museum and IKEA Hotell. Just outside the entrance to IKEA Museum, there are also spaces for visitors with special accessibility needs (badges/permits must be displayed).

Charging stations
If you have an electric car, there are free designated charging spaces in the IKEA Museum car park. Talk to our staff when you buy your ticket and they will give you a charging code.

WiFi

Our WiFi is free to use during your visit.

Lockers

Free lockers are available for bags and clothes.

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Stay the night in Älmhult

 

Want to stay overnight? IKEA Hotell is just over the road from the museum car park, offering a range of packages and also discounts for IKEA FAMILY members. Read more here. 

 

 

Any questions before your visit?

You will find contact details and FAQs here.