The exhibitions at Astrid Lindgren’s Näs
At Astrid Lindgren’s Näs you can always see the big Astrid Lindgren exhibition. Alongside this, we organise temporary exhibitions in the Pavilion, Rectory Garden and Gardens. Our exhibitions reflect different perspectives on Astrid Lindgren’s life and authorship and link to special themes in her books or that were otherwise important in her life.
Culture and art were indispensable to Astrid Lindgren. In 1959, she said in Dagens Nyheter: “Death and love are the big things people experience; they interest all ages. You should not frighten children and make them anxious, but just like an adult they need to be moved by art.”
Astrid Lindgren and the power of stories
In the early 1900s, a little girl hears the first story of her life. It sets her childhood mind into flux that never quite ceases. The girl’s name is Astrid, and she’ll grow up to become Sweden’s greatest children’s author. In the exhibition ‘Astrid Lindgren and the power of stories’ you can get to know the little girl who grew up on Näs farm and follow her throughout her life.