The museum is small enough that if the main exhibit is not of interest, there is not much to see. Glad we stopped by regardless.
It was a big surprise! this museum is really interesting , there was a soviet exhibition with some hippie exhibition too , the building it is very nice as it has a modern part added to it s facade , everything inside has a different colour , orange reception yellow lockers ect a small museum though with cheap entrance especially... More
This is a very interesting small museum with reasonable space for temporary exhibitions. When we visited there was a very interesting piece on surrealism, which ended with a section on the roots of surrealism - including interestingly the gothic and such artists as Piranesi. Lockers are useful if you are travelling and the staff were helpful and spoke English
We went here on our mast day as we had 'time to kill' before our flight. The exhibitions were a bit strange although one, Scandinavian Pain we found interesting. However there is not a lot to see and it seemed difficult to spend more than an hour here. One tip though seniors seems just to mean you have retired and... More
Its not a bad museum, its just not that big and you feel as if you dont get value for your money. We went to see the latest exibition with Edward Munch. Its was ok. Nothing speciel, but yet interresting, as its was displayed in a barn. But all in all an average museum.
I paid 70 SEK to come see this, spent more time walking to the museum than I did inside it. Here are a few installations and exhibitions but nothing to write home about. Spend your 70 elsewhere or come on a Friday when it's free.
Appearances can be deceiving. Externally looks a vibrant mix of old and new, while internally is a bit of a yawn. Hs a clever idea of free cards to hear audio descriptions at each display in your own language. However many of the exhibits early on the card did not translate to English but stayed in Swedish. Overall the subjects... More
We found this museum to be rather underwhelming with very few works on display. Two smallish rooms had a meagre quantity of quite interesting works, and a video room was a non starter. I'm not sure what would normally be in the main exhibition room, but things picked up a little with the current exhibition of Edvard Munch displayed in... More
The surreal exhibition was very well curated and the English audio guide was of a type I had not used before - but was nice and space age. The cafe had a fabulous soup buffet - two types of soup and as much as you wanted and as much gorgeous bread and butter as you wanted. The olive bread was... More
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