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IKEA Museum, Almhult

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  • Very interesting and worth seeing Museum. Consequently, there are three floors, where it has the history of IKEA company and the value of things. Well I liked the interaction. So you could "Connect four" xxl play in the basement or roll balls through a duct system. It's worth also for children. During my visit, you could paint Easter eggs. It is good that you can order tasty Köttbullar and also a Fika with cinnamon rolls (only 5 kronor apiece) in the associated restaurant. Coffee, tea and water are and let free refill themselves... By me, there are only four stars because I would have liked an audio guide on deutsvh. Here should be rectified yet. Finally, I can call yet friendly staff that always has helped one. The best you can drive to the Museum further away with the train. The station "Älmhult" is just a short walk away.
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  • Don't forget eating spot, it is expensive and poorly and by no means pleasant. There is not much to look at the serligt Museum and the many interactive stands you can not hear the pga. noise. It is a second chance.
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  • Before furniture with unpronounceable names were sold in flat-packs from gigantic blue and yellow box-like warehouse all around the world, there was a little furniture shop in Almhult Sweden, founded ...  more »
  • Really interesting museum, lots to learn about IKEA and the Swedish history and culture. I wish I had bought more of the IKEA iconic bags in white, at the gift shop.
  • Quite fun for big and small with both historical bits and future tech.
  • This museum is worth a visit if one is in the surroundings. It teaches you how IKEA got to be how it is now. Very nicely done.
  • IKEA history in pictures. Shopping opportunity and a fantastic restaurant.
  • Great place for catching the IKEA history and being inspired.