HOT ROD JAKOB AT THIS YEAR’S CABRIOLET EXHIBITION

This summer, Volvo Museum organise a temporary exhibition, where some beautiful convertibles get to aerate. One of the most notable object is Hot Rod Jakob – a modern version of the classic Volvo ÖV 4. Below, you can read more about this piece of craftsmanship and the story behind Hot Rod Jakob. Scroll all the […]

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Experience VROM on August 19, 2018

VROM, Volvo Rendezvous & Owners Meeting, is a non-profit organisation that hosts a yearly meet-up where Volvo enthusiasts from all over the world gather. Behind VROM are the Swedish Volvo clubs and Volvo Cars Heritage. The 2018 edition of VROM will take place at Volvo Museum on August 19, thereby becoming the 31st since the […]

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Opening hours

Opening hours

Mon - Fri
10am - 5pm
Sat - Sun
11am - 4pm

Notes

Recommended last entry time is 45 minutes before closing time so that you can have enough time to enjoy the exhibition

Café

Sit down at the Volvo Museum café and have a sandwich and a coffee, tea or soft drink. Sunny weather? Take a seat on the outside and have some ice cream while enjoying the view.

Gift shop

The souvenir shop at Volvo Museum offers everything from clothing and accessories to books, toys, collector’s models and classic advertising posters – the perfect gifts for Volvo enthusiasts of any age. Some of the products are not available anywhere else.

Notes

Recommended last entry time is 45 minutes before closing time so that you can have enough time to enjoy the exhibition

How to get here
By car

From E6, E20, main road 40 or main road 45:

  • Drive towards Göteborg and Hisingen.
  • Choose road 155 towards Öckerö/Torslanda.
  • Follow signs towards Volvo Arendal, Arken and Volvo Museum.
  • Pass Arken on your left side and take the next road to the left to enter the Arendal area
  • After 300 meters, turn left on Arendals Skans and the Museum will shortly appear on your left side

Location: 57 41′ 42” N     11 49′ 11” E

There’s free parking outside the museum. Campers are very welcome and there is usually plenty of room along the fence facing the waterfront at the side of the Museum. Please ask the reception for a parking permit upon arrival.

By bus/tram

The closest bus stop is called Arendals Skans. If you’re coming from the city centre, the easiest way to get here is to first go to Eketrägatan (tram 5, 6 or 10). Then change to bus 32 towards Volvo Torslanda (via Arendal).

* Get off at Arendals Skans and follow the signs. The museum is located about 100 metres from the bus stop (close to the water).

* N.B. On weekends, you need to call ahead and book bus 32 for it to depart. Call Västtrafik (the public transport company) at +46-31-788 07 89 at least one hour before the departure time. This applies also for the trip from the Museum. Our Reception will be happy to assist to book your return trip.

By boat

Göteborgs Hamntur (Gothenburg’s Harbour Tour) takes you from the city centre to the museum – onboard a classic ship from the turn of the 19th century.

Available for groups via reservation only. Please contact http://www.vastkustlinjen.se/cruises for more information.

Arriving in your own boat? There are three berths in the nearby guest harbour reserved for our visitors.