Husqvarna Museum offers 400 years of industrial history in 2 400 square meters, an experience as suited for the Husqvarna fanatic as for the whole family.
Today Husqvarna is probably best known for producing outdoor products such as chainsaws, robotic lawn mowers and garden tractors, but the company’s history goes much further back. The story of Husqvarna starts in the beginning of the 17th century, when king Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden decided to found a rifle factory close by, which later expanded with a drilling works based in Huskvarna. Hundreds of years later, countless people, products and lines of business have passed through the gates.
Since Husqvarna’s portfolio has changed along with the Swedish industrial development, Husqvarna Museum offers a little bit of everything, including military weapons, hunting weapons, cast iron stoves, household appliances, sewing machines, bicycles, mopeds, motorcycles, chainsaws, trimmers, tractors, robotic lawn mowers and much more. An extensive flora of products that has made the name of Husqvarna known through the centuries.
For more information about the museum and its opening hours, visit Husqvarna Museum’s website via the link below.