Sorunda Folkets Hus welcome you to the district's oldest secular culture house, a house dating back to the 1920s and with a whiff of Moa Martinson who was secretary of the first years and Harry Martinson, who led the study for the ABF.
Here's a Moa exhibition that open for groups upon request and may be offered coffee with bread / sandwich. The house is a very popular place for weddings, birthdays, baptisms, association meetings, Christmas fair, art exhibition and conferencing easier and more.
Ramp available to house and it's fine to get around the house with a walker, wheelchair and stroller. Bathrooms for disabled. Changing tables are not available. There are 50 free parking spaces.
Open during events or upon request.
How to get here by car:
From Stockholm: Route 73 towards Nynäshamn, then road 225 towards Sorunda, about 7 km.
From Södertälje: Route 225 towards Nynäshamn pass Sorunda church, about 1.8 km.
How to get here by public transport:
From Stockholm: Commuter to Osmo then bus 783 (towards Södertälje) to Porthus.
From Södertälje: Bus 783 to Porthus.
Sorunda Folkets Hus
Folkets hus 1
148 97 Sorunda
+46 (0)8-530 400 57