Notes

Recommended last entry time is 45 minutes before closing time so that you can have enough time to enjoy the exhibition.
Please note that dogs are not allowed in the museum (apart from guide dogs).

Opening hours

Monday-Friday

10 am-5 pm

Saturday-Sunday

11 am-4 pm

Today open until: 4 pm

A Museum for all Volvo

Welcome to a world of iconic car models, groundbreaking innovations and imaginative prototypes. At Volvo Museum you can take a trip through Volvo’s history and heritage, all the way from the start in 1927. Our collection encompasses a wide range of passenger cars, buses and heavy trucks as well as marine engines and construction equipment.

But you don’t have to be a petrolhead (or a dieselhead for that matter) to appreciate Volvo Museum. There’s lots for everybody to experience – whether you want to learn about a unique piece of Swedish 20th century history or just want to be nostalgic about the good old times. And the youngest ones will enjoy the childrens’ car ­– a classic Volvo to play around in.

Shop

Bring a piece of Volvo back home

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. You can visit the Volvo Brand Shops from home via these links:

Volvo Car Group Volvo Trucks Merchandise Volvo Construction Equipment Merchandise Shop

Enjoy a “Swedish fika” in our café

Sit down and relax with a cup of tea or coffee. Have a snack or an Ice Cream. If the weather is good you  are welcome to sit outside.

Free WiFi

We offer free WiFi so that you can stay connected during your visit.

The Building

A Museum for all Volvo

The purpose of Volvo Museum is to preserve the history of Volvo and make it known to the public. The museum is run by Volvo Car Group and Volvo Group (including Volvo Trucks, Volvo Buses, Volvo Penta and Volvo Construction Equipment).

Ever since the opening in 1995, our collection has continued to grow. Apart from the products on display, we’ve also built up a comprehensive archive of historical documents and images, providing a unique view into the story of what became one of Sweden’s most successful companies.

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Find us

By car

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

  1. Drive towards Göteborg and Hisingen.
  2. Choose road 155 towards Öckerö/Torslanda.
  3. Follow signs towards Arendal and Volvo Museum along Oljevägen.
  4. Pass Arken on your left side and take the next road to the left to enter the Arendal area
  5. 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 plenty of free parking outside the museum. Both in front and on the side along the fenvce towards the water.

Campers are very welcome and there is usually plenty of room along the fence facing the waterfront at the side of the Museum. If you arrive by camper, please ask the reception for a parking permit upon arrival.

By bus/tram

Check: https://www.vasttrafik.se/reseplanering/reseplaneraren/

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.

Volvo Museum

Arendals Skans, 405 08 Göteborg