Visit us


The institution is currently closed to visitors according to the advice from the Public Health Agency of Sweden about covid-19.

Swedish Labour Movement’s Archive and Library are open for all. Visiting and postal address is Elektronvägen 2, Huddinge.  

Get GPS-coordinates.

 Description and map on how to get to our premises.

How to walk from the commuter station Flemingsberg

  • Choose the north exit from Flemingsberg’s station (towards Visättra/Industriområde)
  • Continue along the designated walkway
  • Continue straight ahead in the intersection of Björnkullevägen/Regulatorsvägen
  • Walk along a large industrial building, about 300 meters
  • Turn left on to Elektronvägen

Communications from Stockholm

  • Commuter train: Travel from Stockholm Central towards Södertälje hamn/Södertälje/Tumba. Do note! Get off station at the north exit, by the end of the train.
  • Alternative traveling route: Consult the traveling information service at www.sl.se

Communications to Stockholm

  • Commuter train: Travel from Flemingsberg’s station towards Stockholm Central/Uppsala.
  • Alternative traveling route: Consult the traveling information service at www.sl.se

Food & Beverages

We have a kitchenette where you can heat food, as well as a lunch room. It’s equipped with with microwave, porcelain and cutlery. There is coffe (machine) and tea which is free for our visitors.

Facilities

We have a small room for 4-6 people which you can book in advance. For larger groups up to 60 persons we have a larger conference room.

If you have a limited amount of time and for example have to read through a lot of microform in one day, you can make a reservation for the microform reader. Contact the research desk.

Study visits / guided tours

We currently don’t book any guided tours, since the institution is closed to visitors according to the advice on covid-19 from the Public Health Agency of Sweden.

We offer guided tours for groups free of charge, 1-2 hours each. In such a tour we offer:

  • information about us from the start in  1902 until today,
  • a tour around the premises,
  • information about catalogues and descriptions of the material,
  • examples from the collections.

The guided tours are held during our opening hours. For more information and for booking a tour, contact us on e-mail info[a]arbark.se.