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The Gothenburg Museum of Art & Hasselblad Center

One of the leading visual art museums in Northern Europe

    SEK 70.00
    /person normally
The Gothenburg Museum of Art
The Gothenburg Museum of Art
The Gothenburg Museum of Art
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Visit the Gothenburg Museum of Art & Hasselblad Center with Go City®

  • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
  • Enjoy Western art from the 15th Century and Nordic art from the turn of the 19th Century.
  • Check out internationally renowned collections at Sweden’s third largest art museum.
  • It's the leading Northern European museum of visual art, showcasing a broad range of visual media from art and comics to photography.

Gothenburg Museum of Art is one of the finest in the country, and, in fact, third largest in Sweden. It showcases renowned collections from international and Nordic artists. Its aim is to challenge the way we experience art by featuring artists and their works from unusual perspectives.

Did you know?

  • Gothenburg Museum of Art receives around 250,000 visitors a year
  • It has been awarded three stars in the Michelin Green Guide
  • The foundation for the main collection was donated in 1865 by the Art Society of Gothenburg, mainly consisting of paintings connected to Düsseldorf, Germany
  • The museum’s building was designed for the Jubilee Exhibition in 1923 by Arvid Bjerke and Sigfrid Ericson, inspired by Roman architecture and Swedish 1920s classicism
  • The museum is home to the largest collections of Nordic colorists
  • There are 70,000 works in the Museum’s collection, made up of 4,300 paintings, sculptures, installations and video works, with approximately 61,000 watercolors, drawings and prints, and roughly 900 photographs

The museum also offers exhibitions, family activities, lectures and guided tours (in Swedish). There is a well-stocked museum shop with books and design products for all ages.

Please note: an additional admission charge is required for certain exhibitions and events.

Permanent collections

The main collection of art is of international acclaim and showcases work from the 15th Century to the present day. These works are mostly from Europe and the United States, with important Nordic pieces on display as well, unique of its kind dating from the turn of the 19th Century. Here, you can see the collection of Nordic colorists, including Gothenburg colorists, as well as contemporary Nordic art, Dutch and Flemish paintings from the 17th Century, French Impressionism, international Modernism, and Romantic and Academic paintings from the 19th Century. Don’t miss the Fürstenberg Gallery, perhaps one of the most significant, and most popular, parts of the museum.

Hasselblad Center

Founded by Erna and Victor Hasselblad, today the Hasselblad Foundation is a wonderful center to visit to admire up-and-coming photographers, as well as those who are paving the way in new scientific research.

When you visit the Hasselblad Foundation you will be able to see their current exhibitions and library which contains over 16,000 photographic books and catalogs. Visitors are invited to spend time in the library and make use of the wide range of books, as well as the archive of historical material from Erna and Victor Hasselblad’s personal collection, such as cameras, photographs, manuals and more.

Please note: The library is not open all the time - you will need to book an appointment.

Exhibitions at Hasselblad Center

Follow this link to see the current exhibitions at the Hasselblad Center.

Alongside the temporary exhibitions is the permanent exhibition, Hasselblad and the Moon. To document Man’s first steps on the moon, a Hasselblad camera was used, and these images have become some of the most iconic in the world. This exhibition looks at the development of the camera, Hasselblad’s collaboration with NASA and the people behind the company and now Hasselblad Foundation.

Experience The Gothenburg Museum of Art & Hasselblad Center and many other attractions with the All Inclusive Pass.

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Getting in

Simply present your pass on arrival.

Where you'll be

Operating hours

Tuesday & Thursday: 11AM - 6PM

Wednesday: 11AM - 8PM

Friday, Saturday & Sunday: 11AM - 5PM

On public holidays when the museum is open and the day before public holidays, the museum closes at 5PM.

For more information visit the Gothenburg Museum of Art & Hasselblad Center website.

Closings & holidays

Good Friday
Easter Monday
May 1
June 6
Midsummer’s Eve and Midsummer’s Day
Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day
New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day

The Gothenburg Museum of Art & Hasselblad Center

+46 31 368 35 00

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