The Institut suédois is currently closed for exhibition changeover. Welcome back on 2 September for the opening of Swedish Secrets!
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Since its major refurbishment in 2017, the Institut Suédois has constantly endeavoured to ensure that it is accessible to all.

Wheelchair users

Some areas of the Institut Suédois are accessible to wheelchair users.

The following areas are accessible to wheelchair users via the main entrance at number 11, rue Payenne:

  • the reception desk
  • the first part of our temporary exhibition LONGING – woven strands, woven stories
  • disabled toilets
  • our weaving workshop space (väv-station)

The following areas are accessible through the garden gate at number 10, rue Elzévir:

  • a second part of our temporary exhibition LONGING – woven strands, woven stories: two rooms + four artworks in the garden
  • the auditorium where temporary cultural events take place
  • our collection of sculptures in the garden

So that we can welcome you in the best possible conditions, we advise you to contact us before your visit.

Families with young children

Pushchairs are welcome in the exhibition rooms when the exhibition allows. They may also be parked in the courtyard.

Hearing-impaired visitors

If it is necessary to wear masks for health reasons, our mediation staff can wear transparent masks that make lip-reading possible.