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This place is really not worth the visit. There are some artist spaces, which are not open to public, and coffee store, which overlooks the sculpture foyer. Then there were some random paintings and modern art pieces, which were not that impressive.
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Royal academy for fine arts in Stockholm is a nice place to visit even if you have limited time. It's only a 10 minute walk from the central station, shopping and the castle. They have a nice coffee shop with great views of the building...More
This is an unfortunate name for the gallery.
One exhibit was someone selling paintings, another looked like the first exercise of a sick film student.
There is a reason no one was there.
Interesting old building for art that needs a curator.
Great place...friendly staff...free....they had two painting exhibits...approx 30 pieces....this is not a humumgus museum...expect to stay about 30 min...then move on.
One exhibit was great...the other so so. Again.....free....small....30 minutes.
Not to be confused with the National Art Museum which was not open when I was here this museum is a special venue on its own. It was founded in 1773 by King Gustav III, is one of the Royal Academies in Sweden. The Academy...More
The limited selection from the currently closed Nationalmuseum is impressive, and worth the visit and the rather steep 100 kr price of admission. However, it's over too fast. The sculptures in the entrance hall are also impressive, so if you're not willing to pay to...More
The National Musuem is closed for refurbishment currently, and to compensate 100 great paintings from there are on display at this Royal Academy of Fine Arts. Entrance costs each adult SEK 100. The paintings are diverse and interesting, with a Rembrant self-portrait, serval Renoirs, etc....More
Norrmalm is Stockholm’s most central and busiest neighborhood. It’s home to the main shopping street, Drottninggatan, and to Stockholm icons like the Sergels Torg glass obelisk, the famous Hay Market with its Carl Milles sculptures, and the Hötorget Skyscrapers, a sight on every other Stockholm postcard. Norrmalm is also home to Sweden’s most traditional department stores Nordiska Kompaniet and
Åhléns City juxtaposed with Stockholm’s most modern shopping mall, Mood Stockholm. Visitors to this area get to experience the unique Swedish philosophy of protecting cultural heritage while also staying on top of fashion innovation and modern architecture.