For Groups

Make your group booking at:
+46 (0)143-10031
or
klostermuseet@telia.com
The museum is open for bookings throughout the year except for Christmas and Midsummers Eve.

Prices
Guided tour of the museum: SEK 1000 + SEK 60 per person; on weekends and evenings SEK 1200 + 60 per person.
Guided tour of the museum and Church: SEK 1600 + SEK 60 per person; on weekends and evenings SEK 1800 + 60 per person.
Guided tour of the museum and the gardens: SEK 1600 + SEK 60 per person; on weekends and evenings SEK 1800 + 60 per person.
A combination with another tour destination: Please contact us for a quote.

We can also offer evening venues such as a concert, lecture, reading of Saint Bridget’s revelations. For more options, you can have a look at “To see”.

Payment
As a group you can pay with card, cash or on invoice.

Duration
A guided tour normally takes about 1 hour for the museum and about 1.5 hours for the museum and the church. The duration can be adjusted to your needs.

Children and Youths
The museum welcomes all kinds of children’s and youth groups. There is a discount for schools and confirmand groups.

Find us
The museum is in a Royal Palace in brick from 1260. It is located behind the Northern long side of the monastery church/Klosterkyrkan. When you come out of Klosterkyrkan you go to the left and round the corner of the church. You then come to the so-called Gräsgården which lies in front of the Royal Palace, which in the beginning of the 15th century became Sancta Birgitta Monastery, and which is now the museum.

Google map: Sancta Birgitta Klostermuseum

karta p-platser klarBus Parking
Along Lastköpingsgatan and behind the museum at Folkhögskolan (see the map).

Languages
For prebooked groups we can offer guided tours in Swedish, English, German, Finnish, Danish, French, Italian and, under special circumstances, in Russian.

All texts in the exhibitions are translated into English with very few exceptions.

Accessibility
The museum is accessible at the entrance, shop and ground floor. Unfortunately there is no lift to the second floor. If you are coming from Klosterkyrkan, there is a ramp through the annex wing of the house, the so called Trossboden. If you are coming from the back of the museum, there is a ramp at the entrance. There is an accessible WC in Trossboden.