Rohsska Museum of Design and Applied Art, Gothenburg
(2.2/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • Unimaginative, cold and poorly utilized local area. Here we went with children and children's children. We thought it was very nice to see a big cold entrance with staff not really could answer any questions we had. Elevator up was complicated and required that you had in the half plane with cross. It was an exhibition with items most in plastic from 70 80 's. No signs at things that showed who made them Or if there were for example a known product names. You could only read on fine stilt plate, which sat so high up, that literate children did not reach. Nor short adults and definitely not a wheelchair carried a person. 2nd guides could not respond to what famous chairs mm was called. THE BOTTOM BADLY!!!! They even went out and tried to find out the answers. Do not know what they were doing there? The exhibition with a variety of dresses was really boring. Bad lighting of old spotlights. Dark and cold all around. One big disappointment. The only positive was that there were large empty spaces for kids kids to run on. We also visited the cafe. After reading about it, so I thought it would be nice. It was clean and tidy but certainly not cosy. A single lunch right existed. It was flowering cabbage soup with a little bread and water and coffee. 89 kr. Not a lot of money. It was the one that took the rest took the sandwich. 30 kr for the simplest sandwich. Some also bought mess cake m cream for $25 it was very good. It is appalling to see a beautiful building is utilized so bad!! Don't go there if you expect an experience. I, and those who were with me were VERY disappointed.
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  • 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 »
  • Thought that this museum would have more to offer than what reality offered. Was very disappointed because they heard a lot about this museum. Had probably not priority visit here if I had pressed for time in New York or other things to do.
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