Our Museum is located in Andersonville, a historically Swedish neighborhood on the north side of Chicago. What started as a Swedish community after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, has evolved into a diverse neighborhood that exudes small-town charm. Even today, Andersonville remains one of the most concentrated areas of Swedish heritage in the United States. Click here to learn more about the history of Andersonville.
Wondering where to buy Swedish products in Chicago? Our new brochure can help you find anything from Kalle’s caviar to Västerbotten cheese and everything in between! While you can find many Swedish products in our Museum Store, there are a variety of other Swedish businesses located in Chicago such as Gene’s Sausage Shop & Delicatessen, IKEA, Pastoral Artisan Cheese, Bread & Wine, Paulina Meat Market, Simon’s Tavern, Svea Restaurant, Sweden Shop, Tre Kronor Restaurant, and Lost Larson! Download the brochure for more information.