Dalarna Museum

Falun, Sweden

The exhibition shows the industrial heritage of Falun and the province of Dalarna. People from Dalarna have had to be creative to provide for themselves in a harsh environment. A variety of industries, including the copper mine in Falun, suited to the natural resources of the area, have developed and dominated the Dalarna landscape for over a thousand years.

The gallery features craftwork and industrial products from the region, art inspired by the industrial landscape and reconstructed rooms. Historical and contemporary film shows the industrial processes which influenced the Dalarna we see today. See how the historic trading centre of Falun has become a modern town from our first floor viewing gallery.



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Stigaregatan 4, Falun, Sweden
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Category: Museums in Sweden


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User Reviews

欧文 (2 years ago)
No air conditioning or the ventilation system is super bad 2020 Aug Update: the chairs are super comfy so I will give them 4 stars
Joshua Kent (2 years ago)
Nice and neat. A lot of interesting facts about Sweden including artists paintings and his life from birth to death. Also, the clothes they wore back then. My Uncle and cousins live in Sweden took us to a bunch of well known area's in Sweden.
Alison Lodder (3 years ago)
We loved it. Lots to see if you like museums. Varied exhibits. Items in the collection were labeled with English translations. Disabled friendly. Lift available. A coffee shop on site. A super museum. Great for all ages. 10/10
Timothy Gleeson (3 years ago)
Needs much more development. As a visitor it would good to see the story of Dalarna and how it has changed over the years.
Jiří Repák (3 years ago)
Very nice museum of beautiful city Falun. You will met history of town, industry, coming life in history and everything else about this city. Included famous person and world known company from this region. I really recommend to visit, if you will be in this city even for one day.
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