Winter holiday fun with Aktivitetshuset

During the winter holidays week 8, we offer you different activities that you can do together with Aktivitetshuset.

Monday 22 February 12:00-12:45 Online Family workout
A workout for the whole family. Everyone participates on their own terms and you choose level and tempo. You use your own body as the main tool and in some exercises, you can use equipment. Sign up here.

Tuesday 23 February 11:45-12:15 Online Fort Gjort Tuesday
A workout with varied theme. It can be a mix of different FortGjort classes or a new class that you never tried before. We promise you 25 minutes of fun workout.
Sign up here.

Thursday, February 25 at 14:00 Online Create-along Make your own bird feeder
When winter comes, the birds need to absorb a lot of energy to be able to keep warm in the cold. Together with Mia and Julia, we show you how to make your own bird feeder. Put it in your garden or somewhere else where you can see it and watch the birds eat.
You will need: Coconut butter, various seeds for outdoor birds, string, something to pour the finished bird food in, such as paper mugs, or an old coffee cup. You also need masking tape and a small stick.
You register by sending an email to no later than 09:00 on Thursday 25 February. This activity is suitable for all ages.


During the Winter Holidays you can order our breakfast for pick up Tuesday-Friday. Try out our freshly baked sourdough rolls from our new bakery, healthy smoothies and yoghurt with homemade granola and tasty berry compote. You can also order Aktivitetshuset’s fantastic cinnamon buns or bisques. A perfect start to your morning or why not bring it on your picnic? Read more here about it and how to book your bag.

Information gym

On 22 February we open the gym. To visit our gym, you need to book a time slot via our booking system.

Book your timeslot already today, you find the booking tool here.

To plan your visit at Aktivitetshuset, find our opening hours and what actions of precaution we have taken, check out the Visit Aktivitetshuset page here.

IKEA Fights Cancer goes virtual

A new opportunity in the fight against cancer! Take the opportunity to put focus on your personal health, as well as contributing in the fight against cancer, by taking part in a virtual race 22-30 May 2021.
You choose distance, location, time and whether to walk or run yourself. The important thing is that you participate!

Read about IKEA Fights Cancer and how to sign up here

Ikea Fights Cancer 2021

1 October 12:00 CET…

is a time to add to your calendars since this is when the registration opens for IKEA Fights Cancer 2021. Take the opportunity to join over 400 colleagues in a half marathon when we run together in the fight against cancer.

Sign up here

This will be a virtual event to enable you to join no matter where you are. If the situation allows, we will also provide the possibility to participate in Göteborgsvarvet in Gothenburg.

When: 11 September 2021

Where: Virtual and Gothenburg

Fee: 300 SEK

Let´s do this, together we can make a difference!

*If you signed up for IKEA fights cancer 2020 your registration will be transferred and there is no need to sign up again.

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Welcome to Aktivitetshuset online

As you know Aktivitetshuset has been temporarily closed for visitors since 16 March. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to take a break from working out with us!

Here you find inspiration on how to keep up the pace during the summer. During week 28-31 we take a summer break from our online exercises. But why don´t give our recorded workout sessions on a try!

Since we have been closed down, we have geared up the already planned renovation of Aktivitetshuset. We are keeping our selves super busy and the renovation is planned to be finished in December 2020.

As a part of temporarily closing down Aktivitetshuset in March due to Covid-19, this also meant that we closed down Multihallen, the gym and the squash hall as an action of precaution. We are continuously monitoring the situation and follow the recommendations made by the Swedish authorities and World Health Organization. For any changes we will keep you updated on here on our website.