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Artipelag, Gustavsberg

(4.1/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Explore the world of art, design, and taste at Artipelag, one of Sweden's most innovative culture venues. Set in a scenic pine forest overlooking the sea, the gallery displays the works of internationally renowned painters, sculptors, and designers. The building itself is a masterpiece of modern architecture, organically blending with the surrounding nature despite its hefty size. To fully stimulate your senses, visit the gallery's restaurant and choose from the selection of gourmet meals. Look for uniquely designed souvenirs in the gallery shop. You can easily reach the site from the center of Stockholm by car, bus, or boat. The interior is fully adapted for visitors with special needs, and includes nursing facilities for visitors with infants. Plan to visit Artipelag and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Gustavsberg attractions using our Gustavsberg trip itinerary planner.
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  • The building and the natural beauty of the place is an experience! The exhibition of Wallin's creation was very good posted and the tour was a pleasure
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  • Visited the exhibition with Lars Wallin's amazing creations in a wonderful environment. Good with guided tours. Don't miss this show!
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  • If you have not been here so go here! Easy to get here by bus from the central station and then you can enjoy a fantastic environment, architecture, food, and various exhibitions.
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  • Experience the Archipelago! You can come here with bus/car or with a boat ( recommended) from Stockholm. You can find here an exhibition center and different walking paths. Don't forget to try the brunch which you can eat on the outside terrace.
  • Really nice surroundings to walk around. The promenade right next to the water is stroller friendly. Great food as well. Nice to see that the founder of BabyBjörn is doing something long lasting with the money.
  • Very nice restaurant with great view. The walks around the building are very nice, and the building itself is just clean, funky architecture.
  • Wonderful site on which museum is built. Nature wins over. Boardwalk promenade. Pier access for boats as well; great buffet lunch before seeing the exhibition. Shame that the Andy Warhol display wasn't more interesting.
  • Great for a halfday trip out of Stockholm. The biggest piece of Art is the building and how its subtly nested into the beautiful nature of the archipelago. There's also a truly gorgeous roundway path that makes for great 45min walks through the archipelago forest around the museum. Sprinkled with art every now and then. Oh yeah, the museum's restaurant is pretty good too.