Due to new risk assessments from the authorities about the spread of the coronavirus, Vasaloppet’s House in Mora and the Start House in Sälen will be closed for spontaneous visits until further notice.

The museum has been updated several times since then and for the Winter Week 2017 we opened a special section about ”Mora-Nisse”, Vasaloppet’s greatest icon through the ages. The new museum offers visitors a wide view of Vasaloppet’s long history and through modern expression it shows the journey Vasaloppet has taken from being a cross-country race to becoming an arena for exercise and public health all year round.

Each exhibition offers a new experience, giving visitors a comprehensive view of Vasaloppet. The Vasaloppet Museum also shows Vasaloppet’s soon-to-be 100-year-old history in an entertaining and informative way: In the museum you can, for example, digitally browse through all Vasaloppet victors ever.

The museum entrance opens with an automatic door opener and there is an elevator between floors. The lower floor has a disabled toilet. Shoes with ice grips may not be worn in the museum.

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Vasaloppet from 1922
Watch the SVT news clip covering the reopening in 2017

Guided tours for groups

Through our guided tours you can learn even more about Vasaloppet’s long history. Our guided tours must be booked at least a week in advance. Book a tour by calling +46 (0)250-392 00 or mailing bokning@vasaloppet.se. Indicate date, time and number of people. Prices available on request.

The Start House in Sälen

The Sälen Start House is open for visitors all summer. The house was renovated in 2018 and our new exhibition opened then. The exhibition, on ground floor, gives a view of Vasaloppet’s history, the Vasaloppet start and the Vasaloppet Arena.

Disabled toilet is available.