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Gothenburg Artmuseum

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Karma
Karma
September 2, 2020
The prestigious museum opened in 1923, in time for Gothenburg’s International Exhibition. You can come to appreciate works from across Europe painted from the 1400s to the 21st century. But the museum’s acclaim comes from its 19th-century Nordic art, by famous and familiar names like Edvard…
Rafael
Rafael
February 3, 2020
The Gothenburg Museum of Art has one of the foremost art collections in Northern Europe. Works by masters such as Rembrandt, Picasso and van Gogh are shown side by side with works by contemporary artists such as Charlotte Gyllenhammar, Lina Selander and Cajsa von Zeipel.
Ruben
Ruben
October 6, 2019
The museum has three stars in Michelin’s Green Guide and houses impressive Nordic collections dating from the 15th century, among other works of art.
Andreas
Andreas
August 30, 2019
If you are into art this is a good place to go
Avin
Avin
October 7, 2018
The art collection is one of the finest in Northern Europe with significant Nordic and international artwork. Among the collections you'll find masterpieces by Albert Edelfelt, Ernst Josephson, P.S. Krøyer, Carl Larsson, Bruno Liljefors, Edvard Munch, Anders Zorn, Rembrandt, Rubens, Monet, Picasso…

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“Great place to go if you are into exhibitions - check their homepage first though =)”
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Almenningsgarður
“Just a stone’s throw from the city centre is the Garden Society of Gothenburg (Trädgårdsföreningen) – one of the best preserved nineteenth-century parks in Europe. And a short tram ride away you'll find Gothenburg Botanical Garden, a world class botanical garden with more than 16 000 different species of plants.”
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Sublocality
“Haga is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Gothenburg, full of beautiful shops, cafes, and cobblestone streets. It is the perfect place to leisurely stroll around and spend a few relaxing hours perusing, shopping or taking a fika. Haga, which is a really cozy area with unique Swedish wooden buildings. The district has a very special atmosphere, and the main street Haga Nygateen is full of cozy sidewalk cafes and small specialty shops where you can otherwise just shop loose. It is obvious that you go out to try boring Swedish coffee when you are in Haga, because the area is known especially for its fantastic cinnamon snails. If you are in doubt about what fika means, then I can tell you that it is another word for “coffee and cake” and that was exactly what we got. You have to try Café Husaren, which is one of the street's best cafés, and there the cinnamon rolls cover the entire plate!”
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Listagallerí
“The turquoise bridge is one of Gothenburg's most popular landmarks on Instagram. Under it on the land side is an art gallery called “Röda Sten Konsthall”, named after a big rock painted red on the shore. Röda Sten art center is situated in the old boiler house in the harbor inlet. It's an alternative arena for contemporary art in all its forms. The art center almost always has exhibitions worth a visit and often a solid program with workshops and more. The restaurant serves lunch on weekdays, featuring three new dishes daily and one of the options is always vegetarian or vegan. On Sundays, don't miss the popular Meat Free Sunday brunch. Booking is recommended, and double check opening hours on the website. Various club nights are hosted here on some Fridays and Saturdays, take a look at their social media. The other side is an island called Hisingen, where I grew up but it’s so big, 199 sq. km with 130 000 people on it, that you forget it’s actually an island sometimes.”
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Amusement Park
“Liseberg first opened during the 1923 Göteborg Jubilee, but soon emerged as one of Sweden’s most popular destinations. Some three million visitors make the pilgrimage each year... Liseberg is a really nice amusement park for children of all ages, big and little alike. On the ferris wheel, you get breathtaking views of the city. It's phenomenal! They have seasonal attractions, which are a must-see. In October, they have a haunted house and during the winter, they light up the entire park with lights. It's a truly majestic Winter Wonderland. Regardless of the season, Liseberg is a place you must visit!”
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Staðsetning
Göteborg, 41256
Sími031-368 35 00