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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 28 August 2016 via mobile

As a photography fan l loved all exhibitions in the gallery and stuff in the shop ;) l was surprised that it's so small, only 4 exhibitions.

Thank Barbz32
Reviewed 28 August 2016

It took me a while to figure out how to get here (I was just getting familiar with how to get around Stockholm as I was leaving), but, was so glad I kept trying! I loved each and every exhibit, Nick Brandt, Inherit the Dust...More

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Reviewed 27 August 2016 via mobile

During my visit, I saw some great exhibitions and some that didn't interest me too much . The lower floors interested me a lot more as they seemingly had a social message and therefore I was able to appreciate the works as purposeful and not...More

Thank Amal_Charles
Reviewed 26 August 2016

When we got there it was raining and there was a very long line. The line moved fast and we bought tickets within 15 minutes. There were 5 exhibitions - all amazing, and it took about an hour to walk around.

Thank ali2910ali
Reviewed 25 August 2016 via mobile

From the reviews and ratings I expected more. I waited in line for over 30 minutes to get in. The photographs were good, but I had hoped for more diversity in the artists. The Cafe afterwards was good and had some nice views. It was...More

Thank Chris L
Reviewed 25 August 2016 via mobile

Went to a Bruan Adams exhibition which was thought provoking and entertaining. Worth a visit as part of tje Stockholm pass

Thank Phillip H
Reviewed 25 August 2016

This is a must for any photo or art enthusiast, different expositions all the time and it is situated in a wonderful part of Stockholm harbor, views are great and the Cafe serves very nice light food and some very original cocktails.

Thank Guillermo M
Reviewed 24 August 2016 via mobile

We visited here at the end of a food tour. We had Fika which is a Swedish tradition of coffee, sweet bites and a chat. The cakes were very tasty! Afterwards we took up the chance of looking round the exhibitions. There were several of...More

Thank CaleyS
Reviewed 24 August 2016

It is a very nice museum, well-renovated old factory, great exhibitions. i was there the first week of August 2016. The area is under renovations and supposedly they offer free rides on a riksha-type bicycle. It would have been perfect for my elderly mother but...More

Thank maxjul
Reviewed 24 August 2016

This is a must if you are travelling in Stockholm. It is the only photography museum in the city. They always have interesting exhibitions. The restaurant is very good as well. Good plant based food and an amazing view over Stockholm.

Thank Memle
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John S
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Response from Himanshu A | Reviewed this property |
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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