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Zorn Museum

36 Vasagatan, Mora 792 31, Sweden
+46 250 59 23 10
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World class museum in Mora

This is not my first visit, but my first review of this wonderful museum. Always good exhibitions... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
djgubbe
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Stockholm, Sweden
Anders Zorn - a very interesting man, artist and philanthropist

Probably unknown to the average UK traveller, Anders Zorn left behind him a huge legacy in art... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Jonathan H
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North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
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36 Vasagatan, Mora 792 31, Sweden
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is not my first visit, but my first review of this wonderful museum. Always good exhibitions, and Zorn stands out as a unique painter. Extremely talented and mastered all techniques he used. The museum is friendly and welcoming, with a nice shop. Don't miss...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Probably unknown to the average UK traveller, Anders Zorn left behind him a huge legacy in art, history and philanthropy. This museum presents his work very well - it is part of a complex that contains his house, his Mother's house and various out-buildings. All...More

Thank Jonathan H
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Reviewed 19 May 2018

This museum of the artwork of Anders Zorn and some of the art that he collected is very well done. The whole town of Mora is really focused on Zorn and this is the place to see his art and learn about his life. Unlike...More

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Reviewed 13 May 2018 via mobile

The home and museum of Anders Zorn, an artist who left a legacy of unique work popular during the foremost years of the impressionist's. Respected internationally, Zorn is now often studied in regard to his highly effective and imaginative use of a limited pallette. This...More

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Reviewed 10 September 2017

Anders Zorn is Sweden's most famous painter, who most people probably have never heard of. After his death his wife ensured his work was displayed, even buying back some paintings that had been sold, and established this museum/gallery in his home town. Beauty is in...More

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Reviewed 19 August 2017

Went to the museum to see this big painter's art. Very impressive. He painted in oil, did etchings, built sculptures and was very astute on all fronts. The exhibit this right now was on Zorn in France. He was commissioned to paint 2 of the...More

Thank Squeekie
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

Anders Zorn dreamed of building a museum. However, it was his wife Emma Zorn who made it a reality after her husband's death. The big museum contains a lot of akvarell and oil paintings of Zorn as well as the family's collection including silver objects....More

Thank jlareza
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Reviewed 23 July 2017 via mobile

We bought a combined ticket to Zorn home and museum. Well spent time! The museum is not big but presents a variety of art and gives a good insight to Zorn and his achievements. Start in the basement and check out the slideshow. In English...More

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Reviewed 19 June 2017 via mobile

The Zornmuseum has one "standard" long standing exibithion and one temporary ; this time the latter was Zorn and France. Zorn was an amazing artist and the paintings are fabolous. The standard exibithion is explained in Swedish and English but the temporary only in Swedish....More

Thank Marcus N
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Reviewed 23 February 2017 via mobile

Great modern cafe in the centre of Mora. Not the best cakes I've had but we really enjoyed lunch. Lovely atmosphere inside. Will definitely visit again soon.

Thank caff1978
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ChristineVI
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Response from Philippe P |
Hello Christine, you can take a train to go to Mora. It takes about 3 hours, and you can reach the musee by foot, for less than a quater !
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