Welcome to the Volvo Museum!

The Volvo Museum is a central part of Volvo’s long and important history. On the new website you can take advantage of everything that happens at the museum, including the current exhibition on Pehr G Gyllenhammar’s company cars.


Since its inauguration in 1995 the Volvo Museum collection displays everything from s models of buses, cars, trucks, marine engines and construction equipment to imaginative concept vehicles. Visitors can also take part of historical documents and photographs.

The new Volvo Museum website features the latest happenings in the museum and provides an overview of how it looks. Visitors can also read about the museum’s conference facilities and view items from the souvenir range.

Right now you can read about the current exhibition on Pehr G Gyllenhammar’s company cars. It describes, among other things, about why he painted his cars in an intense signal red color and the link with raspberry jelly.

“The purpose with the website is to provide information about the museum and attract more visitors. I also hope that we will be able to interact with visitors and other interested parties via Facebook and Instagram,” says Soren Nyeboe, head of Volvo Museum.

Some facts about the Volvo Museum:

•Opened in 1995
•Owned and operated jointly by Volvo Cars and the Volvo Group
•Located in one of Götaverken Arendal’s old premises
•Exhibition space 8,000 m2
•Approximately 100 vehicles on display
•The museum had over 60,000 visitors in 2013. They estimate more visitors in 2014, not least thanks to more cruise ships and the possibility to get there with the Gothenburg Harbor Tour
•Visitors from around the world


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