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Arbetets Museum

Laxholmen, Norrkoping 602 21, Sweden
+46 11 18 98 00
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Very interesting museum

Interesting museum that tells, not only the story about the city of Norrköping, since the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Ana L
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Boliden, Sweden
Nice museum

Nice museum about previous industry with a nice cafe/bar on the ground floor. Entry is free of... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Richard F
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Laxholmen, Norrkoping 602 21, Sweden
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Interesting museum that tells, not only the story about the city of Norrköping, since the Industrial age, but also, some interactive parts for kids, about the jobs for the future, recycling and waste. Free admission!

Thank Ana L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Nice museum about previous industry with a nice cafe/bar on the ground floor. Entry is free of charge.

Thank Richard F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The tiny exhibition about Alva CARLSSON in the stairwells of the museum was, for me, the BEST and most interesting exhibition in the museum. Pick up the free leaflet in English at the top of the factory (ride up in huge old Industrial lift) You...More

Thank Lorna K
Reviewed 8 April 2017 via mobile

I visited the museum but it is not worth to visit. Waste of time. During the visit hours some repairmen working also.

Thank berke_han
Reviewed 14 March 2017

The name Arbetets Museum (Museum of Work) for an institution based in Norrköping, one of the centers of Swedish industrialization, suggests visitor would see exhibitions about industrial work, work conditions, machinery, working class history etc. I was pretty disappointed, however. This is not a museum...More

Thank Thomas S
Reviewed 31 December 2016 via mobile

The name is special " the iron" comes from the buildings shape with the falling river on Both sides. It used to be a textile factory with mostly Female staff. No a museum dedicarer to work. Different exibitions. Many very interesting and you Will see...More

Thank Leif S
Reviewed 19 December 2016

It's in the industrial part of the city, or at least really close to it, and it's one of the best-looking attractions. I didn't have time to check much of the exhibits but the outside area really looks nice.

Thank Damir B
Reviewed 10 November 2016

great museum. Interesting stuff. Café lets the place down -- staff seemed distracted and a bit unfreindly

Thank Jax W
Reviewed 3 July 2016

We were expecting more in the way of educational exhibits relating to work. Instead, there was a little bit of history, a political cartoons display, some portraits of fathers, and a moving conveyor belt with random items. It is a very large building with 7...More

Thank solomon5
Reviewed 28 June 2016 via mobile

Arranged a workshop here, already from booking there was a good feeling. On arrival we were making changes in number of participants and requirements of group rooms, no problems! Staff is really service minded, lunch was really good, over all well worth the money.

Thank NativeSwede
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