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This small museum is a gem! It is one of two working silk weaving workshops in the world. The guide was so informative about the history and present of silk weaving. Visiting it, you can really appreciate all the hard work and skill put in...More
This is not an elaborate museum with a lot of interactive displays. Rather it is the actual factory where the silk weaving was done. When we were there, there were no guided tours but we were advised to watch the DVD that was available on...More
Small museum, no fee.
Two very friendly attendants were eager to explain and answer all my questions.
While I have no particular connection to the textile industry I always like to see historic machinery and these 200 year old pieces still work. The building is...More
The museum is more like a display run from a private business. The museum offers an insight into the past textile industry and you can have a look at some of the different machines used in the process. I would suggest that perhaps you need...More
This is a silk mill from the 19:th century, that was in operation for over 150 years. It is one of the oldest still existing industrial sites in Scandinavia, and it was once the largest workplace for women in Scandinavia.
It is now run as...More
I love textiles. I have worked with them my whole life. I also love museums, and until today I didn't think it was possible for a museum to be so bad that I would give it a "terrible" rating on Tripadvisor -- but there is...More
This is a small museum about textiles and weaving history of Sweden. One floor is history and information o the topic, and another floor is the actual workshop with several weaving machines. There was a lady who showed us how it works. This is a...More
Historic land mark in Swedish textile history. Great staff with such combined knowledge. Book a tour. Did you know that modern computer programming stems from weaving technique from france & this place?
I'm really interested in textile history, and while I'd seen a working Jacquard loom before at one of the few remaining working factories in England, I was happy to see one again. This is a small museum in Södermalm, 75 SEK entrance. The exhibit text...More