Group visits

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Foto: Birgit Nilsson Museum

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Foto: Charlotta Bjärholm

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Foto: Birgit Nilsson Museum

Pre-booked groups are given a discounted admission fee. In order to make a group reservation, the group is to consist of 12-50 people who are planning a visit to the Birgit Nilsson Museum. The group should arrange to make one joint admission fee payment. It is possible to pay in cash or card, alternatively, upon request we can invoice (with a service charge).

Upon arrival to the museum

We would appreciate the opportunity to greet you and your group when arriving to the museum. This way, we can give you important information about your visit and its structure, so that the group gets the best possible experience. Therefore, if arriving by bus, please stay seated, and the museum staff will greet you there. If you have made reservations for a guided tour of Birgit's childhood home, the group is split into smaller groups, each consisting of 12 persons at the most. The smaller groups will then be guided one by one. A tour of the childhood home takes approximately 30 min/group. The exhibition with audio guide, cinema, and media room is experienced individually without an accompanying guide. The audio guide, available in Swedish, English or German, and the cinema are equipped with a hearing loop. In our Stables café, the tables will be set according to your order. Please find our suggested alternatives further down on this page.

Information to the group leader or planner

You reach us by e-mail: info@birgitnilsson.com or phone: +46 (0)431-311 860 - please leave a voicemail, and we will contact you as soon as possible regarding your inquiry. In the Stables café we serve a selection of homemade cakes, light lunches, coffee, tea, and other beverages, as ordered. Make sure to inform us in advance, at the latest 5 days prior to your visit, if there's a special request in regards to food allergies or vegetarian/vegan options. Also, at the latest 5 days before visiting, we would like to know how many people will be in the group. We will calculate your group admission fee based on the number of people given. For information on how to get to the museum, read more at Finding your way.

Good to know before visiting

The childhood home of Birgit Nilsson has limited accessibility. Unfortunately, wheelchairs and walkers cannot be used inside the house. Instead, we are happy to provide visitors with chairs, if requested. Other parts of the museum are accessible. Smoking is allowed in the designated area by the car park. You are allowed to take photos outside and in the Stables café, but not in the exhibition hall or the childhood home.

Price list for group visits

Admission fee per person Guided tour of the childhood home: SEK 60 Exhibit (incl. audio guide): SEK 60 (regular price SEK 100) The audio guide is available in English, Swedish or German. Café prices per person Coffee/tea with refill: SEK 25 The Stables café's selected cakes: SEK 45 wheat bread, carrot cake, and the Stable café's cookie Birgit's Aida cake with fresh berries and cream: SEK 45 chocolate meringue with hazelnuts and chocolate butter cream Diva cake with raspberry purée and cream: SEK 30 soft chocolate cake Birgit's Orange cake: SEK 20 sponge cake with orange Half a rye bread bun, with cheese or ham: SEK 20 with salad and vegetables You are most welcome to contact us for other alternatives or requests.

Finding your way

Address: Birgit Nilssons väg 27, SE-269 91 Båstad. The museum is situated in the region of Scania, on the beautiful peninsula Bjärehalvön. Between Båstad and Torekov, just off road 115, you will find the old family farm. Show map (map provided by Google Maps)