At Jamtli there is always something to see and do!
Jamtli Museum has temporary opening hours in 2021, until june – Saturday-Sunday 11-17
Preliminary opening hours summer 26 June – 22 August Wednesday – Sunday 11-17
Admission is during the temporary opening hours discounted by 50%: Adult SEK 60, children and young people up to 18 years free admission in adult company.
There are exciting temporary exhibitions, treasures such as Överhogdalsbonaderna, fun family activities, live role-playing games at Jamtli Historieland, interesting lectures, large folk festivals, Christmas market and spring market, beautiful park areas and live animals such as cows, horses and goats.
The museum has permanent exhibitions about the region’s past alongside temporary exhibitions of arts and handicrafts. Some exhibitions take up current matters of public interest and explore them from an historical perspective.
Here is also the National Museum Jamtli, which is a new arena for art and design experiences in Östersund.
By the summer of 2021, the National Museum Jamtli will open Nordic Myths, an exhibition about storytelling in Nordic art during the 19th century and the early 20th century.
The exhibition deals with an era before the breakthrough of modern film, when art was largely still about telling stories.
The exhibition contains a number of works by artists such as Carl Larsson, Elsa Beskow, Ernst Josephson and August Malmström. All works in the exhibition belong to the National Museum, which owns rich collections of Nordic and especially Swedish 19th century art.
Distance:Östersund City Centre : 1,5 km
Åre Östersund Airport: 11 km
Östersund train station: 2,3 km