Zornmuseet Hem


The Zorn Museum

The Zorn Museum in Mora is one of Sweden's most established and well-known art museums. It exhibits works by the famous artist Anders Zorn and is open for 362 days a year.

Zorn exhibition in USA

The 9th of November a major retrospective exhibition Anders Zorn: Sweden's Master Painter opened at Legion of Honor in
San Francisco. The photo is taken by Henrik Karn and shows the museum in the foreground with its amazing surroundings. A richly illustrated catalogue accompanying the exhibition can be bought at Legion of Honor and Zornmuseet.

Admission charges

Admission charges to all museums.

The Zorn House

The Zorn House (Zorngården) in Mora is the creation of Anders and Emma Zorn, built at the turn of last century. Paintings, sculptures and decorative art from around the world are boldly mixed with the traditional art of Dalarna.

Opening hours

Winter season 15 September - 14 May

The Zorn Museum

Every day 11.45am - 4pm

Closed at Good Friday, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

The Zorn House (Zorngården)

Guided tours only:
Every day at noon, 1, 2 and 3

Closed at Good Friday, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

Summer season 15 May - 14 September

The Zorn Museum

Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm
Sunday 10.45am-5pm

The Zorn House (Zorngården)

Guided tours only, every half hour:

Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm
Sunday 11am-4pm

Tours in English everyday at 11.15am and 2.15pm

Zorn's Gammelgård and The Textile Museum

June 15-August 31. Every day noon-5pm


Every Saturday and Sunday 10am -5pm July 5-August 10


New Zorn Catalogue

Anders Zorn: Sweden's Master Painter
Authors: Johan Cederlund, Hans Henrik Brummer,
Per Hedström and
James A. Ganz
Hard cover
223 pages
166 illustrations
ISBN 978-0-8478-4151-6
Can be ordered at Legion of Honor or Zornmuseet
Price at Zornmuseet
SEK 395


Barbro Wallin's interest in handicraft started at school and continued through her entire life. Only as a pensio-
ner did she have the oppor-
tunity to devote herself seriously to her interest in classical Mora handicraft such as braiding, two-end knitting and ribbon weaving. In her book, Moraband, she presents some 100 patterns collected over a whole life-
time. Barbro Wallin thereby passes on a handicraft that might otherwise be lost.
The book is available in the Zorn Museum shop. Hardback SEK 295. Hardback with a woven bookmark SEK 325.
Postage will be added.