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A brand and factory with more than 300 years of history

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Mon – Fri 10am – 3pm
Sat – Sun 12 – 4pm


Mon – Fri 10am – 5pm
Sat – Sun 12 – 4pm

Weapon donation!

16 March 2016 | News


Model 310/Eckermann

This shotgun model 310/Eckermann, Husqvarna Museum got from the assembler Nils Abrahamsson. Nils is a one of the last craftsmen that made shotguns at Husqvarna. He made this shotgun for himself before he retired in 1985. The weapon is made ​​of old parts from a gun that was never completed in 1920.

Nils_AbrahamssonAssembler Nils Abrahamsson

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Object of the month


Product: Prototype chain saw with battery

Production period: 2012 –

In 2008 Husqvarna decided to investigate whether professional gasoline products could be replaced with a battery as a power source. A preliminary study with a final report was conducted during the coming years, when lots of cutting equipment, and battery products were compared and evaluated. Eventually, engines and drivers were purchased and powerful prototypes of a chainsaw, trimmer and hedge trimmer were built. These were largely based on RC model aircraft frame components from gasoline products. Major challenges were the cutting equipment that had to be highly effective, the engine that had to be directly driven with high efficiency, and the batteries that had to be viable. The potential of professional battery products was discerned, and the company eventually initiated the project. Production began in both Huskvarna and Ulm, Germany. Husqvarna Battery Series was launched in 2012.

Record number of visitors!

18 January 2016 | News

In 2015 Husqvarna Museum has had a record number of visitors. Compared to the previous year 2014 with 26 981 visitors, and the old record from 2005 with 28 129 people at the museum, as many as 33 371 persons visited our exhibitions in 2015 and took part of the fantastic history of Husqvarna. In other words, we now exceed our old record with more than 5000 visitors and 2014, with over 6000 visitors. Besides, the number of [—]

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