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textile Museum

Borås
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The Textile Museum is one of the Nordic region's leading textile museums and part of the Textile and Fashion Center Textile Fashion Center. The museum offers exhibitions, workshops, exhibitions and various activities, for example you can challenge your creativity and create yourself or try out old-time clothes.

The Textile Museum is located in the old industrial area of Simonsland in Borås, where there has been textile production for almost 100 years. The museum's focus is on fashion, textiles, design, art, textile industry and innovative textiles. The collection contains thousands of fabrics, samples, clothing and other objects from the mid-1800s onwards.

The basic exhibition "Textile Shock" talks about textile design from a broad perspective and shows that textiles exist in many different areas. In our test wardrobe you can try clothes from a whole century, depending on the taste and taste or create completely free in the museum's unique DIY surface.
The Textile Museum has one of Europe's foremost collections of textile machines, some of the machines are shown in the new basic exhibition Textile Kraft, which deals with the textile industry, here and there, here and now. In another two exhibition halls there is a constant flow of exciting exhibitions with textile connections.

Adjacent to the museum are also other interesting activities such as Fashion Gallery - a unique combination of studio and shop, Smart Textiles Showroom with world-leading textile research and The Company with restaurant, pub and cafe.

Welcome to a dynamic meeting place where you can experience textiles in all its forms.

THE TEXTILE MUSEUM IS OPEN

We welcome you who want to come here and visit us. Our premises are spacious and do not exceed a capacity of 500 people. Our visitors come throughout the day and not in large groups, so there is roomto explore the museum almost on its own.

We closely follow Borås City and the authorities' recommendations to avoid the spread of infection. If you feel symptoms, please wait with your visit until you are healthy.

We do not offer any refund for Gianni Versace Retrospective booked ticket. Instead, you have the opportunity to redeem your booked show ticket against a year pass at the Textile Museum. Contact the museum's reception during our telephone hours or send an email to textilmuseet@boras.se and we will help you.

Contact information

Textilmuseet, Borås
Skaraborgsvägen 3A
50630 BORÅS
Phone: +46-33358950

E-mail: textilmuseet@boras.se

Opening hours

  1. TodayClosed
  2. Wednesday12:00-16:00
  3. Thursday12:00-16:00
  4. Friday12:00-16:00
  5. Saturday12:00-16:00
  6. SundayClosed
  7. MondayClosed

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OPENING HOURS NOVEMBER 30 - April 12, 2020 Monday CLOSED Tuesday 11-17 Wednesday 11-17 Thursday 11-19 Friday 11-17 Saturday 11-17 Sunday 11-16 OPENING HOLIDAYS 2020 Cutting Thursdays April 9 Open at 11-19 Long Friday April 10 CLOSED Easter Eve 11 April Open 11 am - 5 pm Easter Day 12 April CLOSED Monday Easter 13 April CLOSED 1 May CLOSED 21 May CLOSED 6 JUNE CLOSED 19 JUNE CLOSED 20 JUNE CLOSED HOURS OPENING (APRIL 13 - MAY 30) 2020 Tue, Wed, Fri 12-17 Thursday 12 -19 Saturday 11-16 Sunday 11-15 OPENING HOURS SUMMER (JUNE 1 - AUG 16) 2020 Tuesday-Friday 12-16 Saturday-Sunday 11-15

Price information

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  • Adult / pensioner entrance SEK 50. (Elevated entrance during the Balenciaga exhibition 15 December 2018-21 April 2019). 100 SEK
  • Year card 100kr.
  • Free admission for children and young people up to 25 years, as well as students.

Public transportation

|Translated by Google translation| By bus from Södra torget: Take line # 1 or 3, get off at Simonsland stop. You see the Textile Fashion Center in front of the bus stop.

Directions

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The Textile Museum is located in the Textile Fashion Center, located between Borås center and Knalleland in the new district of Simonsland. By car: From Trollhättan / Vänersborg: Follow rv 42 in the Knallelandsrondellen, continue on Skaraborgsvägen about 500 meters before you have the Textile Fashion Center on your right. From Gothenburg / Jönköping: Follow Route 40 towards Borås. Take exit 86-Annelundsmotet from rv 40. Continue on Arlagatan / Kungsgatan (rv 42) north through the city until you reach Järnvägsgatan at the height of the University of Borås. Turn left and follow Järnvägsgatan across the railway to Skaraborgsvägen. From Växjö / Varberg: Follow RV 27/41 until Annelundsmotet. Continue along Arlagatan (RV 42). Take Järnvägsgatan towards Skaraborgvägen.