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Showings

FILM AND QUESTIONS

This showing includes our introductory film about Andrée’s polar expedition (approx. 15 minutes) as well as the opportunity to ask questions to one of our guides who can tell you more based on the group’s interests.

We have educational worksheets for school classes and children’s groups that you can find here.

Time: 30 minutes
Recommended time for the entire visit: approximately 60 minutes.
Max number of people: 30+30 people (divided into two rooms)
Minimum number of people: 15 people
Price: 250 SEK/room (entrance fee will be added)
When: All year round

Max number of participants on weekdays: 30+30 people (divided into two room)
Max number of participants on weekends: 30 people

If you are more than 60 people or wish to have a viewing outside regular hours, please contact us by email or by phone.

FILM AND GOLD NUGGETS

This showing includes our introductory film about Andrée’s polar expedition (approx. 15 minutes). After the film, the guide takes the group out into the museum and tells more about some selected “gold nuggets” among the museum’s objects.

We have educational worksheets for school classes and children’s groups that you can find here.

Time: 45 – 60 minutes
Recommended time for the entire visit: approximately 90 minutes.
Max number of people: 15 people
Minimum number of participants: 5 people
Price: 1000 SEK (entrance fee will be added)
Price for a school group: 500 SEK (schools within Jkpg municipality do not pay an entrance fee)
When: September – April

Max number of participants on weekdays: 15 people
Max number of participants on weekends: 15 people

If you wish to have a viewing outside regular hours, please contact us by email or by phone.

Tour of Rasmus kvarn in Röttle village

Röttle village is just south of Gränna. Count Per Brahe the younger established several industries here during the 17th century. Grenna Museum manages two old mills in the village, which are located along Röttle river: Jerusalems mill and Rasmus mill. On this tour, the guide tells about the long history of Rasmus mill from the 17th century and onwards. The group gets to see how flour is milled using water power. There is an opportunity to buy a bag of Röttlemjöl.

Time: 30 minutes
Max number of people: 15 people (larger groups can book two consecutive appointments after each other)
Price: 500 SEK
Price for a school group: 250 SEK
When: May – September

On weekends and weekdays after 17:00 (5pm) a fee of 1000 SEK is added

Culture walk in Röttle village

Röttle village is just south of Gränna. Count Per Brahe the younger established several industries here during the 17th century. Grenna Museum manages two old mills in the village, which are located along Röttle river: Jerusalems mill and Rasmus mill. During this cultural walk, the guide tells about Röttle village’s rich industrial history from the 17th century and onwards. The walk along Röttle river follows a hilly path for about 1.2 km and ends with a visit to Rasmus mill. Remember to have comfortable shoes and clothes that is fitting for the weather.

Time: 75 – 90 minutes
Max number of participants: 20 Adults / 30 Children
Price: 1500 SEK
When: May – September

On weekends and weekdays after 17:00 (5pm) a fee of 1000 SEK is added

Lectures

Otto Nordenskjöld's South Polar Expedition 1901 - 1903

Few know about Otto Nordenskjöld and Sweden’s first expedition to Antarctica – before the more famous Brits Scott and Shackleton. We tell a story about an expedition that is at least as dramatic, and also scientifically successful, which is shown with pictures and diary extracts from the participants.

Time: 45 – 60 minutes
Max number of participants: 33 people
Minimum number of participants: 6 people
Price: 1000 SEK
When: All year round

On weekends and weekdays after 17:00 (5pm) a fee of 1000 SEK is added

The history of Grenna

A story in words and pictures about the local area’s history with stone coffins, Russian war prisoners, American bombers and “polka pig” makers.

Time: 45 – 60 minutes
Max number of participants: 33 people
Minimum number of participants: 6 people
Price: 1000 SEK
When: All year round

On weekends and weekdays after 17:00 (5pm) a fee of 1000 SEK is added

A city walk in the city of "polka pigs"

In the footsteps of Amalia Erikson

During this city tour, your group will learn more about Gränna’s history from the 17th century onwards based on the homes of the “polka pig’s” mother, Amalia Erikson.

Time: 60–75 minutes
Max number of participants: 20 people
Minimum number of participants: 10 people
Price: 1500 SEK
Price for a school group: 1000 SEK
When: All year round
On weekends and weekdays after 17:00 (5pm) a fee of 1000 SEK is added.

 

Questions?

For more information, questions or help with booking, please get in touch.
E-Mail: bokning@grennamuseum.se
Phone-number: 036-10 38 90.

Please note that you must have received a booking confirmation for the booking to be valid.

Before the visit

Here you will find information about parking, our premises and other things that are good to know before your visit.

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