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Spiritmuseum, Stockholm
(2.5/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • Out on Djurgården to the water a bit from Liljevalchs is Wine o Spirits Museum, in gorgeous 1700-century buildings. Very nice decor, nice bar and good restaurant, this elevates the Museum into a three, the actual exhibits is a Deuce. They have apparently forgotten that it is a museum that will display the Wine o spirits, first room is currently a rather dull Dan Wolgersutställning, extremely deep lyrics by Lena Andersson. When you then think that we finally get to see interesting things as falling into a greenhouse .... I understand the idea, but it feels very out of place! Afterwards the exhibition that in and of itself was ok, but way too much themes (different seasons for example) and some fun facts! I think that the Museum should do a restart and initially think about what it is for a museum and then up along it! Now it's just unfortunately a pretty boring museum about a highly interesting, culturally and interesting subject!!
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  • Small exhibits with very little focus or interest. Wasn't sure what to expect but certainly lacked substance. 
  • Very disappointing visit . Started with over priced lunch which took ages to get to the table. We went to see the Absolut poster exhibition but it is not there during the Winter. Not advertising this ...  more »
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  • “Boring and purposeless” Nothing really to do there. I had a feeling that the museum has been built mostly to promote the brand, not to show the history of a liqueur. Absolut logos are everywhere, it's like in an add, but you cannot turn it off, you can just leave. And that's what we did.
  • 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.
  • Very enjoyable interactive museum, don't miss the hangover simulator!
  • Great outside bar with nice food and assortment of beer
  • 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.