Gripsholms Kungsladugard | 647 31, Mariefred, Sweden
描述： EXHIBITIONS Grafikens Hus show 10-15 exhibitions each year. Our largest...
EXHIBITIONS Grafikens Hus show 10-15 exhibitions each year. Our largest exhibition hall, Lily Art Gallery, is a fantastic place with 5 meter high ceilings and old timbers from the 1800s well preserved.THE WORKSHOP The Grafikens Hus graphics workshop is regularly used for further training of young artists, established artists work here and workshops, courses and creative activities for both artists and private people are also held here. Our workshop has resources for the four main graphic techniques: relief printing, intaglio, lithography and screen printing. There are resources for photomechanical techniques and computer graphics. ART FOR SALE Grafikens Hus produces, edits and sells Swedish and international graphic art to private individuals, companies, art societies and organisations. Grafikens Hus can also supply art to enhance offices and public spaces. As well as graphic art, our art shop also sells art cards, posters and art books. CAFE Our cafe serves classic dishes, wonderful cakes, sandwiches and freshly brewed coffee. Our Kafe has the same opening hours as Grafikens Hus. We can also cater for companies and groups visiting Grafikens Hus.ABOUT Grafikens Hus opened in 1996 and is today one of the Malardalen region's most popular museums and galleries. It is housed in the beautiful old royal barn building connected to Gripsholm Castle, in the idyllic small town of Mariefred, with views over the Castle and the waters of Lake Malaren. Here, you can visit art exhibitions, buy graphic art, meet artists, take part in courses run in our workshop and go on tours.ACCESSIBILITY Cars can be driven right up to the entrance and there is a parking space for disabled outside the entrance. There is a ramp for pushchairs and wheelchairs by the door to the rear courtyard. There is a toilet for disabled and with baby changing facilities on the ground floor. There are lockers on the ground floor. There is a lift up to exhibition rooms and conferenceroom on second floor and a lift down to the graphics workshop. Dogs are not allowed in the building. Pushchairs are not allowed in exhibition rooms on second floor.