We welcome everyone to experience Scania′s visitor centre, Marcus Wallenberg Hall.?In our exhibitions you learn more about Scania and our vision in sustainable transport, connectivity and the environment. We also show our new product line and the history of Scania.
Come and explore our various exhibits and rooms:
This is Scania – here we present Scania and our employees.
The Shift – take part of Scania’s vision for sustainable transport.
The Arena – see our new venue with the opportunity for spontaneous meetings and workshops.
Our Heritage – learn more about the history of Scania. Here we have gathered stories of Scania, our products and interesting objects.
The Main Hall – experience the next generation of Scania. Here we show Scania’s latest product line, launched in 2016.
Shop & Café?– The Shop offers a small variety of Scania-themed accessories and souvenirs, as well as selected items from the latest Scania clothing lines.?We also have a café where you can enjoy a lunch, cake or coffee.
Opening hours in 2019*:
12 August – 20 December: Monday – Friday 08.00-16.45
9 December – 20 December: Some areas and exhibitions are closed due to event.
23 December – 10 January: CLOSED
Opening hours in 2020*:
13 January – 10 July: Monday – Friday 08.00-16.45
13 January – 20 January: Some exhibition areas are closed due to update.
*Please visit this site continuously for updated opening hours and information since it may be a limitation in availability due to event. Please call reception to ensure the visitor centre is neither closed nor already reserved for the day of your visit.
In the shop we only accept card payments.?
Phone: +468-553 825 00
The Marcus Wallenberg Hall is privately owned, but open to the public. It is not possible for the general public to book a guided tour.
Admission fee: Free
WGS 84 (lat, lon): N 59° 10.974′, E 17° 38.254′
WGS 84 decimal (lat, lon): 59.18290, 17.63756
RT90: 6563850, 1604751
SWEREF99 TM: 6563399, 650704
15132 S?dert?lje, Sweden
59° 10′ 57″ N 17° 38′ 17″ E