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Opening hours


Museum and Jamtli Shop:

Tuesday–Sunday, 11–17.

Wednesday open until 20.30.


Jamtli Café:

Tuesday–Friday, 9.30–16.30. Wednesday open until 20.

Saturday–Sunday, 11–16.



Entrance fee


Adults: 130 SKr.

Childrens and youth up to 18 years old: Always free entrance in the company of adults.

Children and youth, 13–18 years old (without company of adults): 65 SKr.



For more about favorably season tickets and other information – call Jamtli’s booking +46 (0)63 15 01 07. Or send an e-mail to bokningen@jamtli.com.

Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve, closed.



Map of Jamtli





Jamtli strives to be accessible for everyone and is continuously working to improve the accessibility of exhibitions, outdoor areas, cafés, the restaurant and the hostel. The work is being carried out in consultation with representatives from the local disability organizations in Östersund and the Regional Authority’s Vision and Hearing Centre.

The following provides information about the degrees of accessibility and the aids and resources available for visitors with a disability when they come to Jamtli.

If you have questions prior to your visit to Jamtli, send an e-mail to info@jamtli.com or contact our reception, +46 (0)63-15 01 00.



– 6 handicap parking spaces adjacent to the entrance.

– Wheelchairs, walking frames and crutches available free of charge.

– Portable ramps.

– Elevators in the museum and hostel.

– Accessible toilets in Jamtli’s entrance, in the outdoor areas and in the hostel.


Visitors with allergies

The café and restaurant offer lactose- and gluten-free food. If you are allergic to nuts, call and pre-order your food to reduce the risk of traces of nuts being in the food supplied.

Dogs are welcome at Jamtli but they must be kept on a lead. Visitors are requested to take through the reception area and then directly into the open air museum. Only assistance dogs are allowed inside the historical buildings and the museum.

In the outdoor area there is a barn with native breeds of animals. During the summer, the animals will also be outdoors.


Visitors with impaired hearing

For visitors with hearing loss, there are portable neck loops available free of charge for the audio-guides and the guided tours.


Visitors with impaired visual

Jamtlis exhibitions may appear very dark, as several of the museum objects are very sensitive to bright light. Flashlights and headlamps are available free of charge.

Assistance dogs are allowed inside the historical buildings at Jamtli and inside the museum.


Getting around outdoors

The open air museum has gravel tracks. The City square is cobbled.

Guided tours


All year round

English speaking guide can be pre-booked. Price: 1500 SEK/group. Admission fee applies. Send your request to bokningen@jamtli.com

Audio guides to the exhibitions are available in English, German and Swedish.


During summer

English spoken history tours take place every day at 14.00. Gathering at the Market square.


There are a defibrillator at the Jamtli reception and trained staff.

General Information


The open air grounds are car free during the Historieland-season and during special events. A parking lot is situated near the entrance. (See map below)


Barbecue and similar activities are allowed only with special permission.


Smoking is not allowed in the museum or in the historical buildings and milieus.

Smoking is not allowed in the museum, in or near Jamtli farms and the histoical buildings.


Camping is prohibited.


Photography or video recording indoors is only allowed on the main floor and in the main exhibition hall downstairs. Outdoor it is allowed to take photographs.


Dogs and other pets are allowed outdoors. Pets must be leashed at all times. During the Historieland-season, dogs are not allowed to enter Fäbodvallen (The Mountain Farm), as they might disturb Jamtli’s animals.


Eating and drinking is allowed outdoors or in designated spaces.


Bags, backpacks, umbrellas etc. are not allowed in the exhibitions. Lockers are at the visitors’ disposal in the entrance hall.

Jamtli is child friendly, but please do not leave children alone. There is water, animals and fragile items. The adults are responsible for the children not hurting themselves or damaging anything.

How to get here


Jamtli is situated right outside central Östersund. A walk from Stortorget (city square) takes about 10 minutes. Bus nr 6 (Lugnvik) departs from Kyrkgatan in the town centre and stops at Jamtli. A parking lot is situated 50 meters from the entrance.
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It is easy to get to Östersund by public transport.
A few useful links:
Bus: www.lanstrafiken-z.se
Rail: www.resplus.se
Air: www.sas.se