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Our opening hours

Birgit Nilsson Museum and the Stable Café are closed for the season and we wish you welcome back to the 2024 season. We open on Tuesday, June 25 and close on Sunday, September 1. Tuesday – Sunday 11am-5pm. Closed Mondays.

Read more about groups here.


Contact us 0431-311 860 or email

Admission prices

Exhibition with audio guide – SEK 120
Children under 16 years: free admission

Guided tour of the house – SEK 80
Children under 16 years: free admission


Welcome to visit the museum

Museum and Stable Café are open season 2023 

June 27 – September 3 Tuesday – Sunday 11-17. Closed Mondays and 12-13/8


The basic exhibition is Birgit Nilsson – moments and tones.

The exhibition is renewed annually with a new theme where the visitor can experience glimpses of Birgit’s fantastic career.

The audio guide gives you an in-depth experience of the exhibition with stories about what is shown in the viewing cabinets and anecdotes about Birgit; the upbringing, the opera world and the love for her husband Bertil as well as music and arias from some of the most well-known operas.

Good to know


The farmhouse cannot be accessed by wheelchair or zimmer-frame. However we can offer chairs to visitors who need them.

All other parts of the museum have easy access, including the café.

During the stay

Photography is allowed outdoors and in our Stable Café

Smoking is only allowed at the signposted place by the parking lot.

Around the farm we have a wireless network available to our visitors – free of charge, of course!

How to book a guided tour of the house

The farmhouse is only available to visit with a guide and a guided tour must be pre-booked. Visitor numbers are limited and estimated viewing time is approx. 30 minutes. Reservations are made by phone 0431-31 18 60 or E-mail to


You can always have a coffee in our fantastic stable café without paying admission to the museum.


Welcome to our Stable café

In the farm’s old stable

The stable has been carefully renovated and preserved in as original a condition as possible. The stable’s brick floor is the same as in Birgit’s time and the heritage remains as both a time document and a reminder of Birgit’s roots.

In this very stable, Birgit milked the cows the evening before she left for Stockholm to take the entrance exam for the Royal Academy of Music’s solo singing class.

The stable café has no entrance fee and the same opening hours as the museum. 

Inside and outside

In a beautiful, tranquil and authentic environment we serve, among other things, nutritious sandwiches and various homemade cakes, including our popular Aidatårta, made according to Birgit’s own recipe. Sit down in one of the pig pens and look out over the courtyard or the lush greenery of the meadows.

Weather permitting, visitors can also enjoy coffee outside at one of our cafe tables in the courtyard.

Around the farm we have free Wi-Fi available to our visitors.

Entrance and Shop

In the main entrance you can buy a ticket for the museum and book a guided tour. Adjacent is a shop with books, music, films, souvenirs and more to buy.

You also have the opportunity to purchase gift cards and season tickets. It is possible to pay in cash or by card, but not with American Express.

We welcome groups

During pre- and post-season

We welcome booked group visits during May and June.

Group size

We welcome groups from 20-50 people including driver and travel guide.
A discount is given at the entrance.

Read more about groups here.

Visit the surroundings

This special landscape meant a lot to Birgit and there are many “smultonställen” to explore. From Swedish this literally translates to “wild strawberry places” but what it really means is “special places”. We have therefore collected tips that we think can be helpful for those who are interested in exploring. Read more here

Hiking trail

The trail follows the paths through the Bjäre countryside which Birgit regularly walked and cycled herself, as she went to sing in the local church choir or met up with friends. 

You can easily follow the hiking trail using the map available in the Museum’s car park, which is both the start and finishing point of the walk. Read more here.