The Haga Park Museum
The history, the people and the buildings at Haga
The middle Copper Tent houses the Haga Park Museum with a permanent exhibition on the history and the development of Haga Park. The exhibition also includes interesting information about the people associated with Haga, such as King Gustav III and the poet Carl Michael Bellman.
A glimpse of the King’s summer palace
At the Haga Park Museum visitors can also see the original model of the palace that King Gustav III was having built at the time of his assassination in 1792. There is a picture of the model on the right.
Discover Haga Park
Wander through Haga Park with an audio guide. Listen to stories about Haga Park on your mobile phone or Mp3 player. Points of interests in Hagaparken, listen to a story, link to Guide to me.
From the Guest book:
“Lovely park and museum”
“The Copper Tents are really crazy, Amazing!”
“Wunderbarer Park und tolle Ausstellung”
“The museum is maintained excellently. It’s exciting to know the history and thanks for the great introduction given by the guide”
Foto: Åke E:son Lindman
The copper tents in Haga Park. The middle tent houses the museum.
Foto: Kungl. Hovstaterna. Foto Alexis Daflos
The museum in brief
- Built: 1787-90
- Architects: Louis Jean Desprez, Ragnar Hjorth och Torbjörn Olsson
- Address: Hagaparken, Stockholm
- Opening hours every day 11 a.m. to 5 pm.
- Admission: free
- Adjoining café and picnic rooms
- Phone nr +46 8 27 42 52 (during opening hours), +46 8 696 70 00 (to the National Property Board when the museum is closed), e-mail: email@example.com
How to get there
The Haga Park Museum is located at Hagaparken, Solna (Stockholm). Take bus 515 from Odenplan or bus 607 from Karolinska to Haga norra. A short walk will bring you to the Copper Tents and the Haga Park Museum.
Points of interests- listen to a story
- Points of interests in Hagaparken, listen to a story, link to Guide to me.