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Röhsska museet, Gothenburg

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  • As one of my ancestors is one of the largest donors to the Museumis it a must to visit now and than, but I do it with love to the Place  more »
  • Its not the biggest museum in the world, but there is some excellent content. Before planning a visit check what is open. We found 2 of the floors were being prepared for new exhibits. What was left w...  more »
  • Disappointingly limited displays. You'd really need to be into contemporary art to appreciate those areas. The Design galleries were badly displayed and lacked any clear narrative information (at leas...  more »
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  • Be warned: the museum is closed until June 2018! I walked there not realising that :-). It says so on the website but I didn't check it before I went. I'm posting this so others don't make the same mistake.
  • Excellent collection rich in history and food for thought across a range of design disciplines.
  • Great place to learn about design history and how the Swedes have lived and decorated their home through the years. Sadly will be closed from February until mid 2018. But for 40 Sek (about 4 euros) you get an annual pass to some of Gothenburgs finest museums. And the café is friendly and serves great cappucco and soup for lunch. Good cake too. And there's some retail therapy too...
  • Small but charming cultural museum that often contains art from local artists.
  • Unfortunately most exhibits were closed when we visited, but what was open was interesting and accompanied by informative and thought-provoking text. Labels are written in Swedish, but English guides are provided and lots of helpful staff. There were free lockers for our bags and the shop was quirky and cheap.