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Textilmuseet, Boras

(35 reviews on the web)
Specialty Museum Museum
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I liked the place because of the location to the hotel where i am staying. Very spacious enough, helpful staff and a variety of meals to select from and at pocket friendly prices. Thanks guys. I had l...  more »
  • When you come to Boras there are two main things to do - visit the ZOO and visit this museum. I had time only during the week so unfortunatelly ZOO was not an option to me. However the textile museum ...  more »
  • A fascinating journey through the textile era of borås. Love the photos and details and extra textile exhibits.  more »
Google
  • Very creative, fun and interactive museum. Quite possibly the coolest museum I've been to. Showing the local history of the region, the development of textile in the world, many old machines involved in the process of making textiles and clothes. Even a demonstration of how to run the machines.
  • Very interesting!
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  • Really good museum with interesting exhibits focusing on textile just as the name suggests
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  • Fun and interesting, there is something for everyone. Pattern, design, machinery, textiles, clothes, durability, exhibition etc.
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  • An interactive museum that combines history, geopolitics of textiles and their manufacturing. Workshops are available in addition to the exhibitions.
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