|Swedish Teatermuseum and
The available works come from
collections started in 1922 by Agne Beijer. As a foundation dedicated to
broaden historical knowledge of the theatrical arts, the Museum contributes to
enrich the collections of objects, photographs and graphic material,
archival documents and literature devoted to the historical
elucidation of these arts.
Duke Carl's Pavilion is located in front of the Theatre.
A visit in Duke Carl's Pavilion forms
an appropriate introduction to a guided tour of the Slottsteater. Temporary
exhibitions and a film showing the theatre stage machinery in
action are proposed together with a museum shop.
The Pavilion can be
visited from 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. from May to August and from 12:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. in
With its approximately 70,000 volumes,
the library in Nacka is one of the largest specialist libraries in Europe for
literature on theatre history, theory and drama.
The library is opened not only to
professional researchers, but also to the general public.
The Library is
located at: Kvarnholmsvägen 56, Gäddviken, Nacka
The library is open: Tuesday-Thursday: 12.00-16.30
Tel: 46 (0)8 556 931 20. E-mail:
Travel directions: Bus 402 from Slussen (10 minutes).
The postal address is: Kvarnholmsvägen 56, Box 15417, SE-104 65 Stockholm, Sweden.
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