The Zorn Museum has the world’s largest collection of works by artist Anders Zorn (1860–1920). Watercolors, oil paintings, sculptures, drawings, and etchings by the famous Swede are always on display, as well as parts of his vast art collections. The museum also produces temporary exhibitions several times each year.
A film about Zorn, produced by Swedish filmmaker, Anders Hanser is showed daily.
The Zorn Museum was opened in 1939 in a building designed by Swedish architect, Ragnar Östberg, known best for Stockholm City Hall among his other works.