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The Jussi Björling museum

Welcome to the Jussi Björling Museum in Borlänge, which opened October 22, 1994 in conjuction with Jussi Björling Tenor Competition. Jussi is one of the leading tenors of all time, and an extensive exhibition presents the world-famous tenor from Borlänge. In the museum is Jussis music collected on records, tape and video, as well as clips, programs and other documents. Everything is available for those who want to look and listen for a while or for those who want to immerse themselves in the subject Jussi Björling.

Group visits

For groups of at least eight people who visit the museum included a presentation video and tour of the museum in the price. Prior notification should be made. Visits of groups is possible outside regular opening hours, but a fee of 300 SEK per group will be added because the museum must be opened specifically for this.

School Programs

For school children there's a special program of video viewing, listening and walking tour of the museum, which is primarily aimed for children in primary school. A new educational material developed can also be borrowed from the museum. It consists of "The story of Jussi," a 32-page booklet with text that's easy to read and images, a Jussi puzzle, a DVD and two CDs.


Handicap accessible toilet and a lift. Wheelchair access is available. Hearing loop in the assembly hall.

Information for visitors

Opening hours

September to May
Tuesday - Friday 12:00 to 17:00
Holidays and Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve closed

June to August
Monday - Friday 11:00 to 18:00
Saturday 10:00 to 14:00
Sunday 12:00 to 17:00
Swedish National Day, Midsummer's Eve and Midsummer Day closed


Adults: 50 SEK
Students: 25 SEK
Children up to age 12: Free


The Jussi Björling Museum have the world's largest collection of Jussi Björling's recordings for sale. CDs and vinyl records, books, posters, postcards and T-shirts.

See the items for sale here

Send your order here

Publicerad av: Pelle Andersson
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