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IKEA Museum, Almhult

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  • This is an interesting place to visit. it explores the rise of the flat pack giant Ikea from its humble beginnings to now. Ingvar Kamprad who founded this empire was an amazing person who always seeme...  more »
  • We stopped at Ikea Museum to get a break from a long drive in May 2017. The museum is housed in the first Ikea warehouse from the 1950's, very well presented with the history of the brand, the materia...  more »
  • Fun concept with different types of "balls" :) Good price and well made. Also good coffee and sweets. Also don't miss the museum!  more »
  • Loved the museum. You don't have to be a huge IKEA fan to enjoy the history and displays inside. The meatballs at the cafeteria are good too.
  • Really lovely place if you are interested in a bit of swedish history. And of course IKEA's history as well. They have a shop and an extraordinary restaurant (not same as you know from other IKEAs ;-) )
  • Brilliant interactive museum on IKEA and its place Swedish history. Superb layout and super friendly staff.
  • Really nice place to visit. The ikea history is very interesting. The temporary exhibition, "what makes a home?" Is great. Restaurant serving meat, salmon and vegeballs makes the place even better.
  • Very inspiring. You can learn about Sweden's history, difficulties​ and opportunities in IKEA's early years and hardworking people of Smalland.