The Museum of Spirits, Djurgarden
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Underbart museum som bjuder på både unik och underbar konst ala Absolut Vodka. Utöver konsten så lyckas man förmedla svenskarnas ganska udda förhållande till alkohol och hur den uppstått. Under resan ... read more »Wonderful museum that offers both unique and wonderful art ala Absolut Vodka. In addition to the art, so do you succeed in conveying the Swedes rather odd relationship to alcohol and how it occurred. During the journey through the history you get to experience the odd but quite accurate interpretation of the hangover and various stages of loading. So many wonderful exhibitions as microbreweries, seasonings of spirits, Swedish midsummer mm. Recommends a visit to then end with a drink of any kind on the Museum terrace with view over the water.show original
This is a fairly small museum but still kept us occupied for a good couple of hours. At the time we visited it had quite a lot of improvement works in progress, so some parts were closed/inaccessible.... read more »
Utställningen är mycket fint upplagd med fina montrar, texter och illustrationer. Intressant och spännande är alla dofter som man kan ta del av.The exhibition is very nicely structured with nice booths, texts and illustrations. Interesting and exciting is all scents that you can share.show original
Last year, Petter Nilsson, the chef formerly running La Gazzetta in Paris and La Maison d'Uzès in Provence, and Erica Lindström, formerly restaurant manager at Michelin-starred Esperanto, brought new flavours to the Spritmuseum. Nilsson's influences and philosophy, matched with Lindström's adventurous yet sensitive beverage expertise, have made the spot's lunches a unique experience on the Stockholm restaurant scene. Soon, the duo's much-awaited evening restaurant will open.
Attended a champagne tasting here and the staff was very knowledgeable and entertaining so it was quite fun even for me who do not really like champagne. I did not check the museum part.
You're better of simply spending you money on getting drunk then on visiting this museum. The "absolut vodka exhibition" is a mix of advertising and some art that looks to be commissioned by absolut for absolut (or some seriously alcoholic artists). After that you can visit the "hangover simulator" which is a small room with a loud buzz and some colored lights. Then there is the "I'm drunk simulator" which is some lounge chairs and a screens that show a movie accompanied by an incredibly loud soundtrack over some blow-out loudspeakers. On the up side there was no queue to enter like all the other museums, so there's that...
Interesting museum. The smelling organ was fascinating
Quirky and artsy exhibits that lack lack educational content. Fun to look at and experience but the content didn't help me leave with a new understanding. I visited because the admission was included in the Stockholm card.
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