Opening hours: Saturday and Sunday, 12–16 hr

Support us

Join our Voluntary Group

The daily activities and management of the Ottilia Adelborg Museum is run by a group of volunteers of people donating their time to various parts of the museum’s activities, such as taking care of the collections and offering guided tours and arranging events. You are also welcome to join our group of volunteers to help keep the Museum open or help manage the garden of the Deanery. If you want to join us, please write to us via our contact form or call the Museum at +46-241-611 11. Let us know what you can do! Welcome!

Collaboration with Business and Organisations

We welcome collaboration with businesses and organisations that aims to strengthen the Museum and enable us to arrange exhibitions, events and courses. Contact us and let us know how you would like to collaborate with us.

The Ottilia Adelborg Society

The Ottilia Adelborg Society was founded in 2000. Its aim is to promote a greater awareness of Ottilia Adelborg and her contribution to cultural activities as an author, artist, crafts and homestead conservator. The Ottilia Adelborg Society is also supporting the Ottilia Adelborg Museum in Gagnef.

The Ottilia Adelborg Society is working in many ways to increase the awareness of Ottilia Adelborg. Among other things, we arrange seminars and exhibitions in areas that were of interest to Ottilia and people close to her. The Society is also managing a large amount of gifts, art, journals and more that are related to Ottilia Adelborg and that have been donated by members and other people.

By being a member of the Society you support us in our work to spread knowledge about Ottilia Adelborg.

The member publication “…and the drawing pen took root in Gagnef!” (”…och ritpennan slog rot i Gagnef!”) by author and Ottilia-expert Anne Marie Rådström, our first honorary member, is sent to you as a gift together with a welcome letter when we receive the membership dues.

Yearly membership dues SEK75. Giro 425-3936.

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