10 am-5 pm
11 am-4 pm
Closed: New Years Eve, New Years Day, Good Friday, Midsummers Eve & Day, Christmas Eve & Day, Boxing Day.
It’s happening! World of Volvo is opening in 2024.
Click HERE for more information about the upcoming World of Volvo.
A meeting place where something’s always going on.
The World of Volvo will be a venue where there’s always something going on, from permanent and temporary vehicle exhibitions to performances, experiences and meetings. A vibrant, gestalt-shifting place where people meet, create, experience and get inspired. It will be an active meeting place that helps develop a mobile, sustainable society.
Connecting with the world around us.
World of Volvo is a joint commitment between AB Volvo and Volvo Cars that will naturally reflect Volvo, our past, our today and our tomorrow – but our ambitions are much bigger than that. We want to inspire and entertain people, relate to their everyday lives, connect with the world around us and get our visitors to feel they’ve been somewhere that’s all about how we can create a better future together.
New landmark in Gothenburg.
World of Volvo, which is under construction, will become a new Gothenburg landmark located just south of Liseberg, next to the E6 right in the centre of Gothenburg’s new entertainment strip. In addition to exhibitions, shows and events, the 22,000 sq m building will also accommodate conference rooms, an event hall, a bistro and a restaurant. Designed by Danish Henning Larsen, the building has a light and airy Scandinavian feel and uses a great many natural materials. The World of Volvo is scheduled for completion by the end of 2023 and will open in early 2024.
Today’s museum in Arendal will become part of the World of Volvo, but not in precisely the same form as today. When the World of Volvo opens in the beginning of 2024, Volvo Museum will join us to become part of our new meeting place.
For further information:
Contact Ulrika Sandford, Marketing & Communications Manager: email@example.com
Illustrations and animation by Henning Larsen