Practical Information


  1. Main site
  2. Bus stop “Hålludden”
  3. Parking Tony (SEK 20/hour)
  4. South walk
  5. Parking Josefin (SEK 15/hour)
  6. Parking Björn (SEK 10/hour)
  7. Parking Lillemor (SEK 10/hour)
  8. Bus stop “Artipelagstigen”
  9. The north walk
  10. The boardwalk
  11. Guest pier
  12. Pier for passenger boats
  13. Head office trail – nature path
  14. The milky way – footbridge to the rooftop terrace

Map as PDF


  • Parking Björn – SEK 10/hour
  • Parking Lillemor – SEK 10/hour
  • Parking Josefin – SEK 15/hour
  • Parking Tony – SEK 20/hour

Our parking machines only handles credit cards and not cash. Disabled parking, free of charge – both at Lillemor parking area by the Boardwalk entrance and at Tony parking area nearest to the site


  • 136 securable lockers on floor 1 (10 SEK deposit)
  • 2 iPhones with further information about the art can be loaned at the informations desk. (ID-card in deposit)


  • Elevators between all levels
  • 47 restrooms
  • 6 accessible restrooms spread out on all floors
  • No high or impassable floor sills or thresholds
  • Appx 800 meters of handicapped-friendly walkways that extend along the waterfront from the large parking lot, past the boat piers and to the main building’s west entrance
  • Art guides in the exhibition rooms
  • It is not allowed to use segway, rollerblades, hover boards (such as balance scooters), air boards or similar in the exhibition hall.
  • 3 wheelchairs for loan. Ask in the Information desk and they will help you.

Families with children

  • Baby food can be purchased in Bådan Buffet & Café
  • BabyBjörn highchairs are available in both restaurants
  • Breastfeeding rooms with sofa, private toilet and lockable slidingdoor is available on the entrance level
  • Baby changing table – 3 in the handicapped restrooms
  • Baby strollers and baby backpack carriers available free of charge

Dog owners

  • Dogs are not allowed inside Artipelag
  • Dogs are allowed outside as well as on our outside terraces in both restaurants
  • Dogs must be held leashed and are not to be left unsupervised