The Gothenburg Museum of Art has one of the foremost art collections in Northern Europe. Works by masters such as Rembrandt, Picasso and van Gogh are shown side by side with works by contemporary artists such as Charlotte Gyllenhammar, Klara Kristalova and Cajsa von Zeipel.
Tuesday and Thursday 11am to 6pm
Wednesday 11am to 8pm
Friday to Sunday, and holidays 11am to 5pm
The museum is closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, May 1, June 6, Midsummer’s Eve and Midsummer’s Day.
Adults: 40 SEK (annual pass, valid throughout the calendar year)
Under 25: free admission
The admission includes the Hasselblad Center. Certain temporary exhibitions require a special admission.
The Gothenburg Museum of Art is located at the top of Kungsportsavenyn (the main street known as “the Avenue”, Avenyn) in central Gothenburg, at the address Götaplatsen. The nearest bus stop is Götaplatsen. Also nearby are the tram stops Valand and Berzeliigatan, which is also a stop for the airport bus to and from Landvetter Airport.
There are two parking facilities in the immediate vicinity, on Gösta Rahmns gata and in the Lorensberg Parking House (P-hus), which is accessed from Berzeliigatan. There are some stray parking spots on the streets around the museum; Viktor Rydbergsgatan, Ekmansgatan, Geijersgatan and Johannebergsgatan.
Are you interested in art, photography, architecture, fashion, popular culture, cooking or design? Are you looking for that special gift that shows that you have put extra thought into making someone happy? Then you have come to the right place! Read more about the museum store
Phone receptionen: +46(0)31-368 35 00
Mr.P is a modern restaurant featuring cuisine with influences from all over the world. The restaurant is directly accessible from the museum and offers dishes in varying sizes to satisfy all appetites. Pontus Fürstenberg (1827–1902) was immensely important for art in Gothenburg and in Sweden. He assembled a unique art collection that he bequeathed to the Gothenburg Museum of Art. Both the restaurant’s name and its interior decoration are inspired by Pontus Fürstenberg.
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Caption: The Sculpture Hall, Gothenburg Museum of Art Photo: Kalle Sanner