Nestled in the bucolic Franklin D. Roosevelt Park in South Philadelphia, PA, the American Swedish Historical Museum was built in 1926 to celebrate Swedish heritage and culture in America. During your visit, you may step inside a 19th century farm house, take in the setting of an art deco lounge, or surround yourself with contemporary Swedish design.

Fun, stylish and practical products

Find the perfect gift in our Museum Shop – fine Scandinavian textiles, toys, glass and ceramics, accessories, unique jewelry, Dala horses, Swedish calendars, a large variety of books, favorite imported foods and candy, handmade items by Scandinavian artisans, and much more. We have everything you need to create the traditional Swedish holiday feeling, as well as great gifts for every occasion.

Our merchandise changes with the seasons, and every year from October to December we open our popular Holiday Market and fill the shop with Swedish tomtar, ornaments, lights, and treats.

Some popular brands and products in the shop:

  • Marabou and Fazer chocolates, Läkerol pastilles
  • Ekelund and Almedahls textiles
  • Toys by Brio, Viking Toys, and Plus-Plus
  • Carl Larsson, Elsa Beskow and Astrid Lindgren books and products
  • Åsa Tomtefabrik wool tomtar/gnomes
  • Leksands knäcke/crisp bread, Önos saft/drink mixes, and Abba sill/herring
  • Sagaform drinkware and kitchen products
  • Dansk Smykkekunst Copenhagen jewelry

Some of the Museum’s publications are available for purchase online through Diane Publishing. Visit their online store here.

American Swedish Historical Museum - Museum Shop

 

 

For questions about any item you see pictured, or to make a request or purchase over the phone, please call us at 215.389.1776 ext. 2, or e-mail us at shop@americanswedish.org

Visit our Museum Shop during our regular hours and whenever there is a museum event. Free admission to the shop.
1900 Pattison Avenue (in FDR Park in South Philadelphia)
Tuesday-Friday 10-4
Saturday and Sunday 12-4