Welcome to Skellefteå Visitors Center
Whether you are on a temporary or long-term visit, paying a visit to your hometown, or living in Skellefteå, you are welcome to visit us at the Skellefteå Tourist Center. There you can buy tickets for events, local products, and souvenirs, and find brochures and inspiration for your stay.
You will find us at the heart of the city, at the southwest corner of Möjligheternas torg (Trädgårdsgatan 7).
Monday-Friday 10 AM-6 PM
Saturday 11 AM- 3 PM
Friday March 17: 10 AM - 5 PM
Tips of the week
Handens hus, SKELLEFTEÅ
Craft evening - Weaving ribbonsToday
SARA challenges – STRENGTH!12 Apr - 5 Jul
Stage 1, Sara kulturhus, SKELLEFTEÅ
Anna Ternheim23 Mar
Trappscenen, Sara kulturhus, Skellefteå
In need and desire23 - 24 Mar
Kulturtrappan, Sara kulturhus, Skellefteå
Exhibition hall, Sara kulturhus, Skellefteå
General guided viewing in Bigert & Bergström's exhibition The Broken Greenhouse.Today - 17 May
Showroom, Nordanå, Skellefteå
World building- Scenography-Attribute making-Filmmaking.Today - 2 Apr
The City Library, Skellefteå
Book breakfast5 Apr - 3 May
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InfopointsThere are two InfoPoint locations in Skellefteå, in addition to our Tourist Center. An InfoPoint is a service counter where the staff on site can give tips on visiting places of interest in the Skellefteå region. Our two InfoPoints can be found at Bjuröklubb and Skråmträsk Kvarn respectively.
A sustainable storeSkellefteå Tourist Center wants to contribute to building a more sustainable community and for both local products and local places to visit. Skellefteå Tourist Center has undergone a sustainability review in accordance with the Global Sustainable Tourism Council's criteria for sustainable tourism and entered into an agreement with the Västerbotten Tourism Region to develop its sustainability work based on these.
Right of public access
The right of public access means that we all have access to nature, but that includes both rights and obligations. This means taking responsibility for nature and wildlife and showing consideration for landowners and other visitors.
Read more about what you can and cannot do in nature at the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency.