Welcome to Stockholm’s new museum of toys and comics in Bergrummet on Skeppsholmen.

Opening hours and prices

Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: 10-17   (10 am to 5 pm)
Wednesday: 10-17   (10 am to 5 pm)
Thursday: 10-17  (10 am to 5 pm)
Friday: 10-16   (10 am to 4 pm)
Saturday: 10-17   (10 am to 5 pm)
Sunday: 10-17   (10 am to 5 pm)

Adults: 140 SEK
Seniors: 110 SEK
Children 6-18 years old, students: 90 SEK
Children under 6 years old get in for free. (after January 1st 2019 this applies to children under 4 years)
Tip! On Tuesdays three people get in for free, if three generations come here together.

Opening hours holidays:
29 October Monday: OPEN 10-17
3 November Saturday: OPEN 10-16
23 December Friday: OPEN 10-16
24 December Saturday: CLOSED
25 December Sunday: OPEN
26 December Monday: OPEN
31 December Monday: CLOSED
1 January Tuesday: CLOSED
7 January Monday: OPEN 10-17

Buy tickets online here: Nortic

 

BOOK A TOUR OF THE MUSEUM!
More information here: prices

Christmas at Bergrummet

In Bergrummet, we are open all days during Christmas, except Christmas Eve.
On the 25th and 26th of December we welcome you to visit us and explore our magic tunnels filled with toys, comics and nice pastries in our cafe. Every day in December we offer Finnish donuts in cooperation with Finska Butiken and their popular Finnish Donut-bar.

Café and shop

In the exciting café at Bergrummet you can get some fika (Swedish for coffee and cake), made with local ingredients, and be served by our model train! In the café you can also find our own Tidö Apple Juice and Tidö Honey from Tidö castle in Västmanland. In our lovely museum shop you’ll find toys and books filled with nostalgia. The café and shop has the same opening hours as the museum.

“A meeting ground for generations”

In 1974 Carl-David von Schinkel senior, who lived in Tidö Castle, realised his dream to open a toy museum. In 2010 the collection was moved by Carl-David’s son, David von Schinkel, to a new exhibition in the stable, which provided more space.

Early one morning, the phone rang in the castle. At the other end there was an older lady from Västerås, who explained that she would like to visit the museum, but that it is now both easier and cheaper for her to go the 70 km to Stockholm, than go the short distance of 15 km from Västerås to Tidö Castle.

After that phone call David von Schinkel decides to make the collection more accessible, but how? The easiest thing would be to move into the centre of Västerås, but if you wanted to reach even more people, maybe you should listen to the old lady and aim for Stockholm instead?

In 2016, when a tip was received about Bergrummet in Skeppsholmen being available, the choice was simple, and the toys began their journey towards the capital. It was clear from the beginning that this would not be a traditional museum, but rather that the characteristics and location of Bergrummet would be used to create a new meeting ground for generations. With the help of scenographer Caroline Romare and a team consisting of artists, inventors, designers, composers, prop makers, sculptors and set designers, a plethora of handymen, architect Louise Robinson and a competent team of light- and sound designers among others, the construction of Bergrummet - Tidö Collection of Toys and Comics began. Now, after more than a year of hard work, we’re finished, and we truly hope you’ll enjoy visiting us!

 

 

“A meeting ground for generations”

In 1974 Carl-David von Schinkel senior, who lived in Tidö Castle, realised his dream to open a toy museum. In 2010 the collection was moved by Carl-David’s son, David von Schinkel, to a new exhibition in the stable, which provided more space.

Early one morning, the phone rang in the castle. At the other end there was an older lady from Västerås, who explained that she would like to visit the museum, but that it is now both easier and cheaper for her to go the 70 km to Stockholm, than go the short distance of 15 km from Västerås to Tidö Castle.

After that phone call David von Schinkel decides to make the collection more accessible, but how? The easiest thing would be to move into the centre of Västerås, but if you wanted to reach even more people, maybe you should listen to the old lady and aim for Stockholm instead?

In 2016, when a tip was received about Bergrummet in Skeppsholmen being available, the choice was simple, and the toys began their journey towards the capital. It was clear from the beginning that this would not be a traditional museum, but rather that the characteristics and location of Bergrummet would be used to create a new meeting ground for generations. With the help of scenographer Caroline Romare and a team consisting of artists, inventors, designers, composers, prop makers, sculptors and set designers, a plethora of handymen, architect Louise Robinson and a competent team of light- and sound designers among others, the construction of Bergrummet - Tidö Collection of Toys and Comics began. Now, after more than a year of hard work, we’re finished, and we truly hope you’ll enjoy visiting us!

Here you’ll find all about how
you go about to visit us:

Bergrummet - Tidö Collection of Toys & Comics is located at Svensksundsvägen 5, directly to the left after you walk across the bridge to beautiful Skeppsholmen, in the middle of Stockholm. At Skeppsholmen there’s a lot to discover. Bergrummet is accompanied by the Museum of Modern Art, ArkDes (former Museum of Architecture), The Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities and the Torpedo workshop. There’s multiple cafés, restaurants and a hotel on the island. Not counting our own café in Bergrummet, you can have a snack or a meal at the restaurant of the Museum of Modern Art, Skeppsholmen Hotel och Blooms by ArkDes, for example. Or why not just go for a walk around the island and further out to Kastellholmen after your visit with us? If you don’t want to go back to the city, you can take a ferry ride to Djurgården and Gröna Lund.

 

Here’s a map over Skeppsholmen that shows you where we are located:

Here you’ll find all about how
you go about to visit us:

Bergrummet - Tidö Collection of Toys & Comics is located at Svensksundsvägen 5, directly to the left after you walk across the bridge to beautiful Skeppsholmen, in the middle of Stockholm. At Skeppsholmen there’s a lot to discover. Bergrummet is accompanied by the Museum of Modern Art, ArkDes (former Museum of Architecture), The Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities and the Torpedo workshop. There’s multiple cafés, restaurants and a hotel on the island. Not counting our own café in Bergrummet, you can have a snack or a meal at the restaurant of the Museum of Modern Art, Skeppsholmen Hotel och Blooms by ArkDes, for example. Or why not just go for a walk around the island and further out to Kastellholmen after your visit with us? If you don’t want to go back to the city, you can take a ferry ride to Djurgården and Gröna Lund.

 

Here’s a map over Skeppsholmen that shows you where we are located:

Finding your way to Bergrummet:

The easiest way to get to Skeppsholmen and Bergrummet is by public transport. Bus number 65 from City Terminal stops right outside Bergrummet. You can also take the subway to Kungsträdgården station and then walk for about ten minutes, past the Grand Hotel and the National Museum, with a view over the royal castle and the old town. When you’ve crossed the bridge to Skeppsholmen you will find yourself on Svensksundsvägen. Bergrummet is located on the left, about 30 meters after the bridge. The entrance in the mountain next to the yellow house takes you right into Bergrummet and our toys- and comic book museum. Timetables and other information about buses and subways can be found on the SL website: https://sl.se/en/

There is also a rack for the rental Stockholm City Bikes located right outside. Information about how to use the Stockholm City Bikes can be sound here: http://www.citybikes.se/home

We definitely don’t think you should miss the beautiful walk to us, but it is possible to visit us by car, if you need to. Parking is available by the Museum of Modern Art, along with outside of The Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities. Parking is also available at Blasieholmen. Information about parking can be found here:

 

Finding your way to Bergrummet:

The easiest way to get to Skeppsholmen and Bergrummet is by public transport. Bus number 65 from City Terminal stops right outside Bergrummet. You can also take the subway to Kungsträdgården station and then walk for about ten minutes, past the Grand Hotel and the National Museum, with a view over the royal castle and the old town. When you’ve crossed the bridge to Skeppsholmen you will find yourself on Svensksundsvägen. Bergrummet is located on the left, about 30 meters after the bridge. The entrance in the mountain next to the yellow house takes you right into Bergrummet and our toys- and comic book museum. Timetables and other information about buses and subways can be found on the SL website: https://sl.se/en/

There is also a rack for the rental Stockholm City Bikes located right outside. Information about how to use the Stockholm City Bikes can be sound here: http://www.citybikes.se/home

We definitely don’t think you should miss the beautiful walk to us, but it is possible to visit us by car, if you need to. Parking is available by the Museum of Modern Art, along with outside of The Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities. Parking is also available at Blasieholmen. Information about parking can be found here:

 

Opening hours

Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday: 10-17

Wednesday: 10-17

Thursday: 10-17

Friday: 10-16

Saturday: 10-17

Sunday: 10-17

Opening hours holidays:
29 October Monday: OPEN 10-17
3 November Saturday: OPEN 10-16
23 December Friday: OPEN 10-16
24 December Saturday: CLOSED
25 December Sunday: OPEN
26 December Monday: OPEN
31 December Monday: CLOSED
1 January Tuesday: CLOSED
7 January Monday: OPEN 10-17

 

Opening hours

Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday: 10-17

Wednesday: 10-17

Thursday: 10-17

Friday: 10-16

Saturday: 10-17

Sunday: 10-17

Opening hours holidays:
29 October Monday: OPEN 10-17
3 November Saturday: OPEN 10-16
23 December Friday: OPEN 10-16
24 December Saturday: CLOSED
25 December Sunday: OPEN
26 December Monday: OPEN
31 December Monday: CLOSED
1 January Tuesday: CLOSED
7 January Monday: OPEN 10-17

 

Prices:

Adults: 140 SEK
Seniors: 110 SEK
Children 6-18 years old and students: 90 SEK
Children under 6 years old get in for free. 
(after January 1st 2019 this applies to children under 4 years)

On Tuesdays three people get in for free, if three generations come here together. (for example if a grandmother, a mother and a child gets in for free, but if they also bring a father you’ll  pay an entrance fee for one adult)

For the sake of guests who might be allergic, no dogs except for seeing eye dogs are allowed in the museum. If you sant to make things even easier for you, you can buy entrance tickets online through out partner Nortic:

We are cash free, but accept most types of credit card.

Prices:

Adults: 140 SEK
Seniors: 110 SEK
Children 6-18 years old and students: 90 SEK
Children under 6 years old get in for free. 
(after January 1st 2019 this applies to children under 4 years)

On Tuesdays three people get in for free, if three generations come here together. (for example if a grandmother, a mother and a child gets in for free, but if they also bring a father you’ll  pay an entrance fee for one adult)

For the sake of guests who might be allergic, no dogs except for seeing eye dogs are allowed in the museum. If you sant to make things even easier for you, you can buy entrance tickets online through out partner Nortic:

We are cash free, but accept most types of credit card.