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22 Stadsgardshamnen, Stockholm 116 45, Sweden
+46 8 509 005 00
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Fotografiska is a vital centre for contemporary photography in the heart of Stockholm. The museum is a popular meeting point not only because of its exhibitions featuring the work of world renown photographers, but also for the museum's fantastic view and great food.Previous exhibitions: Annie Leibovitz, Robert Mapplethorpe, Sarah Moon, Sally Mann, Anton Corbijn and Albert Watson.Fotografiska also offers workshops, courses in photography, live bands, and much more. Opening hours: Every day. 9-23 (Mon-Sun), except Christmas Eve & Midsummer's Eve. Welcome!
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22 Stadsgardshamnen, Stockholm 116 45, Sweden
+46 8 509 005 00
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Reviewed yesterday

This is a really great museum with some very interesting exhibition. The bar is nice with views over the city. Highly recommended!

Thank ujs80
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Tagged as a photography museum, this was more of a gallery. It has two great exhibitions (including one by a British X-ray photographer which was fascinating), but wasn’t a museum, which was disappointing. All rather smaller than I was expecting, but looked like a great...More

Thank Giles T
Reviewed 6 days ago

I admit, I thought this was going to be a typical historical museum of photography. It was nothing like that at all. It was more like a photographic art gallery with many new exhibits. When we went, it was the opening of photography using X-Ray...More

Thank khoward67
Reviewed 1 week ago

Latest exhibition Inside out by Nick Veasey, is definitely worth a visit. The gallery building is large and one expects to find more than is on offer. Usually one finds at least three exhibits, but often there are five different exhibitions. This month we caught...More

Thank Judy S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Most of their exhibitions are excellent, the restaurant is awarded, the ambience is laid back and cosy. Once you are there, you don´t really want to leave.

Thank MickeAldestam
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Each exhibit is an incredible experience. The art here is thought-provoking and relevant to today--to right now. You'll see the present in a new light.

1  Thank Eve L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We'd never visited a photographic museum before but this will change your mind about that. It is intriguing, interesting and very clever. The display of Xrays of everyday items (and people) is incredible. Great cafe/restaurant with lovely views on the top floor.

Thank RobGfromWorcs
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was my third visit to Fotografiska since its opening. The exhibits this time were from Nick Veasy, Ida Borg, Åsa Sjöström. Some stunning pics. But the highlight was the fall salon, where Swedish photographers, whether amateurs or professionals, compete for the quarterly prize. I...More

Thank Guillaume R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are into photography then this is a must visit collection. Not much advertisement about this collection and it is a shame because many people will visit Stockholm not knowing about this great collection.

Thank Anne C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Enjoy good exhibitions with great photography art by different artist. Nice location in Stockholm. Although you can skip the cafe/restaurant, it is overpriced. So put your money on the exhibition and eat somewhere else.

Thank Frida R
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John S
10 March 2017|
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Response from Elias L | Property representative |
Hi, In most of the exhibitions, taking photos is no problem at all. Sometimes though, as mentioned above, it could be bad if you use a flash since some photos can get damaged. But in those cases that will be specified in... More
Adrian K
20 June 2016|
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Response from Glenn A | Reviewed this property |
Bloody nonsense to not being allowed to publish the relevant webbsite to Fotografiska.
Trish S
Hi We are visiting Stockholm at the end of this month, we would like to go to this museum but are unclear about café/restaurant. Could someone give some clarity please( i've e-mailed Fotografiska but not received any response) ,i.e. do you have to book to eat In restaurant or café. Is it the café where the viewing area for the scenery is. Is the viewing area seated therefore must a table be booked to have this view ? I've also read that in the last weekend of April that Stockholm's museums / galleries often open later, therefore is it likely to be busier (I know Fotografiska opens late anyway but due to some special events I wonder whether everywhere will be busier. ) Lastly if we are visiting here at night at end of April would we be advised to pack some thermals?!, and what is safest way to get from there back to central Riddargatan where we are staying Grateful for any advice.
18 April 2016|
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Response from FhwP | Reviewed this property |
Hello there. At Fotografiska you must book a table for dining, due to the pipularity. For coffee and snacks / small meals there is free sitting. Both the café area as well as the dining restaurant is located on the top-floor... More