Livgrenadjärmässen has a rich history with its origins in the Livgrenadjär-regiment, which was laid down in 1997. It was one of the oldest regiments in the world, with roots from the medieval lance fournies. It was a local regiment with conscripts from Östergötland. 1922 the regiment relocated from Malmen outside of Linköping, where they had trained since the 15th century, to the new barracks-area. Gustav III raised the regiment to the honour of being his personal protection force and house-regiment after their efforts in war with Russia.
”Livgrenadjärmässen Fest & Konferensvåningar AB” is a company whos purpose is to preserve a unique and historical venue.
Our historical and prestigious venue offers rooms and facilities perfect for conferences and festive events. Our customers are companies, institutions, organisations and individuals. Our mission is to preserve this beautiful and unique place till the last member of the regiment has left us. The company is owned by two officers-clubs with ties to the royal life-regiment and other regiments that where disbanded 1997.
The complex is owned by “Garnisonsfastigheter” and we are happy that they truly appreciate the value of the property. Livgrenadjärmässen is all that is left since the times of the regiments.
Representatives from both owner associations and people from the business community sit on the board. CEO Anna Wallentinson manages the daily operations.
Olof Sahlén – Chairman
Mats Österman – Member
Mats Löfgren – Member
Magnus Hallberg- Member
Kenneth Tapper – adjunct
Leif Carlsson – adjunct
We are the team working at Livgrenadjärmässen. In addition to the three of us, extra staff is also working with us and we are always in need of new staff additions. Past experience is not a requirement, we care more about who you are as a person. You are welcome to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your application
Facilities and venue
Here you will find descriptions and pictures of our rooms and premises here at Livgrenadjärmässen. Hover your mouse pointer over the images to read the descriptions.