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Fotografiska

22 Stadsgardshamnen, Stockholm 116 45, Sweden
08-509 005 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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Hours Today: 09:00 - 23:00
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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22 Stadsgardshamnen, Stockholm 116 45, Sweden
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Visited here on our trip around Stockholm. We used the hop on hop off boat which took us right outside the museum. It is an advantage if you like photography as the displays were excellent. However it was the cafe which had been recommended which...More

Thank Car0le88
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Excellent collection of photos from Swedish photographers. When we were there they had a special exhibit on horses including American west. The cafe/restaurant on top floor was an unexpected treat with great views. Only problem was the construction made it difficult to get to. Take...More

Thank richard_ridge
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a photgrafic museum. Sometimes there are really interesting art work to see, and sometimes its not. If you have the time, Fotografiska has really a good photo school. Ask for it. There is a library or acctually book store where you can find...More

Thank Fonsteer
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The displays are changed often, very often and are meticulously planned. If you've missed a showing their gift shop has a remarkable library.

Thank Ric S
Reviewed 5 days ago

The current exhibition 'Being There' which runs until 19 November 2017 features photographs by Paul Hansen, a photojournalist who have reported on wars, uprisings and the refugee crisis. This incredibly moving exhibit will humble you, give you a new perspective and allow you to understand...More

Thank Ally L
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Good to see that contemporary photography is still cool with staff in black T-shirts, and black shop fittings. Didn't get past the shop (books a plenty) and had to stand in line to wait for the entry prices slide to pop up in English on...More

Thank NotArthur
Reviewed 5 days ago

The exhibits at Fotografiska are thought provoking and each section is very different. Some of the exhibits are darker than others but nevertheless makes for the perfect evening. It can also be noted that exhibits change on a regular basis and therefore I will be...More

Thank linsey93
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Fotografiska exhibition is located in the trendy Södermalm neighbourhood, in an old warehouse with views of the harbour. There are permanent as well as changing exhibitions so it warrants more than one visit. The "conflicts" photographs on display these days really get under your skin....More

Thank Niko P
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

The exhibition 'Being there' made me a bit depressive. Shocking photos! The other exhibitions were a bit lighter. The entrance is 135 SEK, an okay price, I guess. Spent about an hour there. If you would like to eat at their restaurant, make sure to...More

Thank LouiseDenBosch
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Good exhibitions. It took something 2-3 hours for our visit.Check website for exebitions. Nice cafe/restaurant with fabulous view. Prices like everywhere, nothing extraordinary. You can walk to museum from city center and back.

Thank lsweetl
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John S
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Response from Himanshu A | Reviewed this property |
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Adrian K
20 June 2016|
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Response from Glenn A | Reviewed this property |
Bloody nonsense to not being allowed to publish the relevant webbsite to Fotografiska.
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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
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