The museum is temporarily closed and will open again on February 23, 2019.
Since the museum opened in 1916, it's collection of textile, furniture, glass, porcelain and fashion have increased. You'll find three halls of Chinese arts and crafts, two halls of the 1700s and the large and long-awaited exhibition; Röhsska Museum's design history - 1851 to the present.
Besides the basic exhibitions Röhsska organize temporary exhibitions, mostly produced outside the museum. The goal is to maintain a high profile and offer a mix of Swedish and international orientation, between art and industrial design and between the experimental and the established.
The museum offers scheduled guided tours, senior happenings, stroller tours, lectures and workshops.
In the giftshop you can browse an assortment of products with connections to the museum collections and exhibitions.
The Röhsska Café has a wide range of organic and ecological food such as soups, sandwiches and pastries. There are always vegetarian options and a selection of gluten and lactose free foods.
The Röhsska Museum has two stars in the Michelin Green Guide.