Visitor From Tripadvisor
The real attraction for me was the gallery's collection of Nordic painters. Goteborgs konstmuseum has possibly the best collection of Nordic painters in the whole of Sweden.
Visitor on Facebook 28 February 2017
I like everything in the museum and now I am in love with the Art of Tove Jansson it was amazing <3
Visitor on their Instagram 18 Dec 2016
At the Göteborg Art Museum you could really feel the art from different centuries communicate with eachother. Great work of mixing old and new pieces from the collection and giving the exhibition such an interesting twist!
Michelin Green Guide Travelguide Award
Highly recommended (three stars). The museum is exceptional and worth a trip.
Karen Bryan, Blogger Europe a la carte, 8 Dec 2016
Visiting the Gothenburg Museum of Art was one of the highlights of my stay in the city.
Visitor From TripAdvidsor
I took a walk through Gothenburg and discovered the museum of art. At the end my visit took 2 hours longer than I planned to spend in the city, because I really enjoyed exploring all the artworks and the temporary exhibition in this nice building. As a student the entry was free! :-)
Visitor From TripAdvidsor
The museum houses art (mainly paintings) from the last 500 years or so. We were pleased to see such a wide-range of artists' work displayed - both those from Scandinavia but also those more well-known to us such as Picasso, Munch, Van Gogh, Kandinsky and Monet.
Guided Tours – Experience Götaplatsen with the Gothenburg Museum of Art
The City of Gothenburg will celebrate its 400th anniversary this year. To join the celebrations, the Gothenburg Museum of Arts will provide guided tours of one of the city’s most well-known sites. Götaplatsen was named in 1914 but stood fairly unused until the 1920s. Since then, it has been filled with everything from art and music to political demonstrations and partying students.
We will unravel a place full of history. We’ll look at our own museum, together with the Gothenburg Concert Hall, Gothenburg City Theatre, as well as some surrounding public artworks.
The tours correlate with the exhibition Focus on Europe. New Objectivities 1919-1939, on show inside the museum from June 12th–September 19th. The exhibition presents art from the same era that Götaplatsen took its present shape. Take the chance to experience the Gothenburg Museum of Art both inside and out and get an insight to the interwar period art and spirit.
Guided tours on Saturdays with the exception of July 31. Extra Guided tours are also given on selected Sundays and during Gothenburg’s Culture Festival. The tour is included in the single entry ticket and museum card. There is a limited number of participants. Make your reservation: firstname.lastname@example.org. Cutoff day for reservations are Thursdays, same week of the intended tour. You will get a confirmation by e-mail.
Place: Outside the museums entrance
Separate tickets and fees applies with the exhibition Focus on Europe. New Objectivities 1919-1939. More information about tickets.
In cooperation with Folkuniversitetet.
Book a Private Guided Tour
Did you know that you can book private guided tours at the museum, for both personal occasions and events for companies and societies? A private guided tour can be a wonderful surprise for someone you wish to celebrate, or an inspirational experience for you and your coworkers. Perhaps you will become aware of new contexts and new ways to see art, or notice details that you did not know existed. The guided tours are led by our art educators, who adapt the content to your specific interests. Read more about the different themes below.