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Opening hours

The National Library building in Humlegården is open to the public Monday to Saturday. Below you will find both the Library’s regular opening times and holiday opening hours.

Opening times

Monday–Thursday

09.00–19.00

Friday

09.00–18.00

Saturday

11.00–15.00

Sunday

Closed

Audiovisual media


Monday–Tuesday

09.00–17.00

Wednesday

09.00–19.00

Thursday–Friday

09.00–17.00

Saturday–Sunday

Closed

Special collections


Monday–Tuesday

09.00–17.00

Wednesday

09.00–19.00

Thursday–Friday

09.00–17.00

Saturday

11.00–15.00

Sunday

Closed

Microfilms


Monday–Tuesday

09.00–17.00

Wednesday

09.00 – 19.00

Thursday–Friday

09.00 – 17.00

Saturday

11.00 – 15.00

Sunday

Closed

The Microfilms’ Reading Room is manned during these times. The unmanned Microfilms’ Reading Room has the same opening times as the Main Building.

Holiday opening times


New Year


January 1

Closed

January 6

Closed

Easter


April 9

09.00–13.00

April 10–13

Closed

Walpurgis Night, April 30

09.00–15.00

May 1

Closed

Ascension Day, May 21

Closed

Pentecost, May 30

Closed

National Day of Sweden, June 6

Closed

Midsummer


June 18

09.00–13.00

June 19

Closed

June 20

Closed

All Hallows’ Eve


October 30

09.00–13.00

October 31

Closed

Christmas & New Year


December 23

09.00–13.00

December 24–26

Closed

December 31–January 1, 2021

Closed


More information

The National Library is open during summer

Please note that the Library’s opening times are shortened during June to August.

Main Building


Monday – Thursday

09.00–18.00

Friday

09.00–17.00

Saturday

11.00–15.00 (Closed during July)

Sunday

Closed


Audiovisual Research Room


Monday – Friday

10.00–16.00 (12.00–16.00 during July)

Saturday – Sunday

Closed


Special Collections


Monday-Friday

10.00–16.00

Saturday

11.00–15.00 (Closed during July)

Sunday

Closed


NB. The Microfilms’ Reading Room is manned during the above times. However, the unmanned Microfilms’ Reading Room has the same opening times as the Main Building.

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