Eric Lennarth
Miljöaktiverare, 1987/2017

Jacob Dahlgren 
Primary Structure
Kari Cavén 
Cow Chapel, 1993


Anne Thulin 
Double Dribble, 2010

Robert Wilson
A House for Edwin Denby, 2000


Everyone is welcome at Wanås Konst! Treasure hunt in the Park? Open workshop in the Studio in the cosy old Tack Room? Listen to the Art? Here we give a few tips for a fun visit together with family, friends and kids of all ages. We recommend that school classes book guided tours. Our educators and art guides offer valuable "keys" to contemporary art. We kindly ask schools that would like to visit us on their own to to notify us and to read our tips for getting the most out of your visit.  How to explore Wanås on your own summer? More information belowWelcome!

På egen hand / On your own
På egen hand / On your own
På egen hand / On your own
På egen hand / On your own
På egen hand / On your own

På egen hand / On your own

A few tips for a fun experience for kids, families and grown ups. 

Talking Art Audioguide
Explore the Sculpture Park and discover the Collection together with new voices! Talking Art is an audioguide made by kids, teens and partially sighted young adults. Suitable for kids and adults and is an excellent guide for the partially sighted. Available in different languages. More about Talking Art.

Family Tours
Scheduled Family Tours are announced under Visit/Guided Tours

How do we get to Wanås Konst?
Here you will find information about Getting here.

For school classes arriving by bus please note that there is a large parking lot next to the entrance and the Art Gallery.

What can we do?
The Park is open  daily all year round, in-door installations and temporary exhibitions are open from May to November. Admission to the Park, the Art Gallery and indoor exhibitions is free for children and students up to 18 years old. More about Hours & Admission.

Visiting schools can be invoiced. For more information please contact pedagogik[at]

We want every visitor to Wanås Konst to have a positive experience. Therefore, we recommend that teacher(s) accompany all student groups up to and including middle school. Accompanying teachers are responsible for their students throughout the visit. Many schools participate in our educational programs, and we ask groups visiting on their own to respect the groups involved workshops and guided tours.

At your own risk!
At Wanås Konst there are many interactive art works. Please note that interacting with the art works is at your own risk. All children should be supervised. Some art works should not be touched – please check carefully before you engage with the works. We recommend that students stay close to their teachers while visiting our indoor exhibitions.

Dress for the weather
You can experience Wanås Konst in every season. Dressing appropriately is the key to a successful visit. A pair of sturdy shoes or boots is recommended year-round.

Where can we eat a packed lunch?
Weather permitting, we recommend a picnic on our beautiful lawns outside The Loft. Remember to pick up your trash when you are done. Please note that the tables outside the Café are for their guests and should not be used for picnics. In bad weather, it is possible to sit indoors. Please let us know in advance at pedagogik[at] If you do not bring food with you, we have a café called Fredholm på Wanås. See opening hours and contact them here.

Restrooms that are available all year round are located next to the parking lot. During opening hours restrooms are also available in the Art Gallery, including a wheelchair-accessible restroom.