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Museum

Take the chance to experience history up close!

Annebergs bränneri (Annebergs Distillery)

At Anneberg farm you will find one of Sweden’s few preserved distilleries. Spirit was produced here between the years 1886 and 1951. This is a building worth seeing with a special feeling and atmosphere to experience.

Address: Dimbo Anneberg 1, 522 93 Tidaholm

Phone: +46 502 410 08

E-mail: cog@annebergsegendom.com

Website: annebergsegendom.com

 

Idrottshistoriska museet (Sport History Museum) - temporeraly closed

At the Sport History Museum in Tidaholm you can see how sport in Tidaholm has developed, as well as getting a picture of the sporting profile that the town has earned over the years. The Sport History Museum preserves and highlights the town’s sporting history through people, places and pictures.

Address: Stallängsvägen 4, 522 34 Tidaholm

Phone: +46 502 60 63 38

E-mail: idrottshistoriskatidaholm1@gmail.com

Website: tidaholmsihf.se

 

Konstlitografiska museet (Lithographic Museum)

The Lithographic Museum at Hellidens Folkhögskola is Sweden’s only artistic gallery dedicated to exhibiting lithographic art. A continuously changing programme is presented with both historic exhibitions and expositions of contemporary art.

Address: Helliden, 522 94 Tidaholm

Phone:  +46 502 143 34

E-mail: lito@helliden.se

 

Skogsmuseet Årsringar (Tree Ring Forestry Museum)

In Gälleberg on Hökensås there is a forestry museum. The exhibition bears the name Årsringar (Tree rings), Forest and Forestry from days gone by. Here there is also an exhibition of Oskar Engström’s wooden figures.

Address: Parhuset Gälleberg, 522 91 Tidaholm

Phone: +46 730 74 86 72

E-mail: dagmanhelena@gmail.com

Wesite: parhuset.se

 

Tidaholms museum - temporeraly closed

Tidaholm Museum on Vulcanön Island in Tidaholm presents exhibitions which depict the industrial city of Tidaholm. Here the story of Vulcan is told, the world’s largest match making factory around the turn of the last century, and of the Tidaholm works that manufactured, among other things, furniture and cars.

Address: Vulcans väg 5, 522 30 Tidaholm

Phone: +46 502 60 61 95

E-mail: tidaholms.museum@tidaholm.se

Website: tidaholmsmuseum.se