Opening hours & prices

Opening hours

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 11-16
  • Wednesday 11-16
  • Thursday 11-16
  • Friday 11-16
  • Saturday 11-16
  • Sunday 11-16


  • Adult 120 SEK
  • Senior 90 SEK
  • Student 60 SEK
  • Children 60 SEK

    4-19 years old

  • Children Free

    0-3 years old

  • Big family 295 SEK

    2 adults + children

  • Small family 190 SEK

    1 adult + children


  • Christmas 2022 Closed

    December 23-26

  • New Years 22-23 Closed

    December 31 - January 1

Other information

Saab Car Museum is cash free. You can pay with card or the swish app.

Attendants with a guest in need of accompanying gets free entrance when showing and accompanying certificate.

Free entrance for members of the Saab Car Museum Support Organisation.

Dogs are not allowed, with the exception of guide dogs.

The last Saabs

See the last built Saabs of different models, including Saab 96 and Saab 95. Also discover a Saab 9-3 Griffin TTID, the last Saab to roll of the production line in Trollhättan.

Saab Turbo - In the Long Run

In October 1986, three Saab 9000 Turbo started in a test that would break all records in terms of speed. After almost three weeks of constant driving the fastest car had driven 100 000 km and Saab had broken multiple world records. Discover more in the exhibition Saab Turbo – In the Long Run.

Saab's story

Discover the entire story, from beginning to end, decade by decade. Svenska Aeroplan Aktiebolaget were founded in 1937 as an aircraft manufacturer, and when the project Saab 92001 began, the Saab car was born. Saabs were sold all over the world until the bankruptcy in 2011.

Saab's concept cars

Saab presented its first concept car in 1985: Saab EV-1, with solar cells on the roof to keep the car chill while parked in warm areas. The next concept wasn’t shown until 2001: Saab 9X which introduced Saabs coming designs. See these and more concept cars from the 2000’s, for example the award winning Saab Aero-X.

Saab's rally cars

Saab has got more than a thousand rally victories, and a hundred of them were big international competitions. See several of the iconic cars from the big rally competitions with Stig Blomqvist, Erik Carlsson, Per Eklund and more.

Ursaaben - the First Saab

Ursaaben, or Saab 92001 which is the official name, is the first prototype for the series produced Saab 92, Saabs first model. The project began in 1945 in Linköping, Sweden and has been in Saab’s possesion since. Today you can see the 75+ year old car in our exhibition.