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Norrkopings Stadsmuseum, Norrkoping
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The museum is gorgeously located in the heart of norrköping's old industrial area. They have something for everyone. I throroughly enjoyed the photo-exhibition on Swedish dads, and my daughter enjoyed... read more »
Great to see these old factories repurposed like this. Free entry which was a bonus so worth taking a look. We found the reconstruction of the old artisan shops very interesting - milliners, shoemaker... read more »
Väldigt kort om stadens historia. Jag saknade utställning om: louis de geer som gjort så mycket för staden, hur textilindustrin påverkat staden under 350 år, vad som hände med staden och människorna e... read more »Very briefly about the history of the city. I was missing the show if: louis de geer who made so much of the city, how the textile industry affected the city during 350 years, what happened with the city and the people after the textile industry las down, what happened with the defense facility who were out of town, the history of industrial buildings and a lot of other things that I expected of a City Museumshow original
I quite liked the Time and work history exhibitions. All exhibitions except for the time one was centered around the city perspective. It was Cosy and nice with many niches.
Learnt more about work and less about the city than the Museum of Work, which should quite be the opposite! Their collection of lost jobs' tools and textile industry machinery is impressive, but it is not what I was expecting when going there. Notice their staff is absolutely wonderful and helped me with translations : as usual you miss half the exhibitions if you can't read swedish. Wouldn't recommend it over the Arbetetet, but worth a visit if you can do both.
Linus ForssImpressive exhibition that is much larger than you think at first glance. A little hard to find the stairs and easy to get lost so Eng to ask in reception how to go.show original
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