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The Diving museum of Lysekil

First exhibition about Swedish sports diving in the 1950s and 1960s

In Lysekil, the site of Sweden's first sports dive school, the "Föreningen Lysekil Dykmuseum " opens its first diving history exhibition. The exhibition will highlight Swedish sports diving in the 1950s and 1960s and is exciting for divers and interested people alike.

This is the first step towards a dive museum and the association has been given the privilege of hiring a part of the Skandia museum in Lysekil. The exhibition will be in place during the summer and autumn 2018. The period may also be extended. With the exhibition, the association wants to raise interest in the dive museum to come in the future, with larger areas and more exhibitions.

Group booking
The exhibition can be visited as a group and as an individual. For group bookings, contact Stig Insulan or Anette Bargel on the board.

Grand opening Saturday 28 July at 13-17.

Saturdays until 1/9 3-5 pm you will find staff in place. On Saturday the 18th of August the building is open at. 10-17, due to the day of the Light bulb engine. Staff from the Lysekils Dykmuseum Association are on site.

You can also see the exhibition Thursdays at 6-9 pm. Then the Laurin staff are in place, but not the diving museum staff.

Enterance is 60 SEK.

Find the Skandiamuseet & the association Lars Laurin
The entrance to the premises is between two streets, so it is easiest to drive to Verkstadsgatan 4 and use the parking lot there. Then take a look at the building that is light orange and walk into the alley with the building on your right. Then you will soon arrive at a green door and there you enter the orange building. The exhibition itself is then upstairs and an elevator is available.

Map and more information can be found on the website

Contact information

Föreningen Lysekils Dykmuseum

Verkstadsgatan 4

45330 Lysekil

E-mail: info@dykmuseum.se

Website: dykmuseum.se