The season at Bergmancenter!

Located on the island of Fårö, the Bergmancenter is a museum and meeting place that focuses on the life and artistic achievements of legendary director and writer Ingmar Bergman.

Our current exhibitions are Fårö – Ingmar Bergman’s Cinematic Landscape, a permanent exhibition which will take you through Bergman’s life and work on Fårö, The Drawing Room, inspired by Bergman’s Fanny and Alexander, and Laterna Magica, a video installation produced by the Deutsche Kinemathek.

Café Smultronstället

Here you can enjoy a light salad or warm meals, but also good coffee and cakes in a beautiful surrounding. We are open whenever Bergmancenter is!

Opening Hours


Open every day until september 20th
12pm – 4pm

Adult: 90 kr
Student: 60 kr
Children under 13: free

Contact us
+46 498 22 68 68

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Bergman Week

The 12th edition of its festival – the Bergman Week – took place on June 22-28, 2015. A week filled with films, concerts, theatre, culture and joy. See you next year again June 27 – July 3rd.

Fårönatta (September 19th)

Every year in mid september Fårö is filled with life and culture during all day and night. This year is not an exception! Bergmancenter has a great program and you’re more then welcome to be a part of it. We will have a Bergman movie marathon at both Bergmans private cinema in Dämba and at Bergmancenter. There will also be a free concert at Bergmancenter between the screenings. You buy the tickets to the film at Bergmancenter or online via


Bergman marathon: “Bergmans cinemas from the 40s to the 70s

2pm, Bergmans private cinema, Dämba
It rains on our love 
(1946), premiered at  Astoria, Stockholm november 9th 1946.A newly-released prisoner and a confused girl meet at a railway station and attempt to start a new life in a cottage on an allotment. More about the film…

4pm, Bergmancenter
Sawdust and Tinsel 
(1953), premiered at Grand, Stockholm september 14th, 1953. A talented but rather disagreeable group of travelling circus players put on a disastrous performance in a hick town in southern Sweden. More about the film…

6pm, Bergmancenter
A break in the marathon: free live concert by the band Bobby Mull.

7pm, Bergmancenter
Hour of the Wolf 
(1968), premiered at Röda Kvarn, Stockholm februari 19th. Plagued by nightmares, a reclusive artist living on an isolated island has visions of demons. More about the film…

9pm, Bergmans private cinema, Dämba
Cries and Whispers 
(1973), premiered atCinema, New York, USA december 21th 1972. Chamber play in red about a dying woman and her sisters. More about the film…

The concert is free. Film screenings cost 90 kr at Bergmancenter and 250 kr at Bergmans private cinema.

See you at Fårönatta!