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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...more
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Fotografiska is definitely worth a visit! We didn’t know the photographer in focus in the main exhibition before we went, but we certainly did afterwards. Every exhibition is put up beautifully with lights, sound, color and backdrop!
I had never been to Stockholm, and Fotografiska was in my to do list as soon as I would visit the city. I loved it, it exceeded my expectations by far! I spent a great amount of time walking around, exploring all the exhibitions, and...More
I really love good photographs but had never been to a photography museum. It was like being in a National Geographic or in an art piece, depending on the exhibit. Plenty of space to read information on each photo and take in the art for...More
Had an enjoyable visit to Fotgrafiska recently on a chilly, blustery, showery morning. It is situated along the waterfront and is a beautiful building set in a stunning location. We took the metro to Slussen and walked the 5 mins along to get to it....More
Whether you're a photographer or not, this gallery has something for everyone.
I was blown away by the diversity of the works... From thought provoking and joyous, to laughter and then darkness!
Don't miss it. This place is really special!
Fotografiska is really well done and different from the other museums we visited in Stockholm. It's open late so we went one night after dinner, which was perfect. They had a variety of exhibits from nature, to fashion, to music.
A lovely water front location, and a great experience. I was taken aback as the cafe and small shop is cashless (so you can’t pay in Krone, even if you want to buy one postcard) so be aware.
The cafe is upstairs with a great...More
All of the staff at our hotel told us to go here, so we went, not knowing what to expect. We were very pleasantly surprised. This was one of the best museum experiences we have ever had. I don't want to give away the punch...More
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
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 the exhibition!