Silvermuseet is open all year round!
Please visit our front page for opening hours.
Phone: +46 (0)961-145 00
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Street address: Torget, Arjeplog, Sweden
Invoicing address: Box 10, 938 21 Arjeplog, Sweden
Stop by the museum’s gift shop. Browse the many beautiful shop items connected to the museum’s work. You can flip through books, listen to music and enjoy a cup of coffee and a snack. Perhaps you will go home with something new for yourself, a present for someone else, or simply with some new impressions.
Entry, adults SEK 80/person
Entry, under 18 years, free
Groups >20 people, SEK 70/person
Here youll find prices for guided tours, introduction, conference and additional opening hours.
Silvermuseets main entrance can be reached via an access ramp. Lifts service all floors and disabled-access toilets are located on the entrance and basement levels. The auditorium is fitted with hearing a loop.
The Tourist office is housed inside Silvermuseet. We look forward to helping you in the lead-up to and during your visit to Arjeplog. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +46 (0)961 145 20. If you would like to know more about Arjeplog and our surroundings, please visit www.polcirkeln.nu.
The tourist office has the same opening hours as the museum.
Silvermuseet is located along road 95 in central Arjeplog, at the square. In the same building you will also find Arjeplogs Tourist office. For map, please see "Visit the Museum"
Silvermuseet is accessed by elevator which is next to the main entrance. An elevator is also placed next to the group entrance that leads you directly to the lecture hall and the temporary exhibitions
You are allowed to take photos for private use in the permanent exhibitions at Silvermuseet. For commercialized photography, please contact the reception, (+46)961-145 00
In the extent of space we can store bags/luggage for a limited time, ask at the reception
No, you cannot touch the objects found in the exhibitions when visiting Silvermuseet on your own. In the long run it will hurt the objects that we want to preserve. If you take part in a guided tour or a school program, there are sometimes display copies and replicas you may touch after instructions from the guide or the museum educator.