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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 yesterday

The collections at Fotografiska are well curated in an easily accessible little museum near to the center of Stockholm, easy to spend a little time here in between doing other things, and worth taking a break in the fantastic cafe -- which is oozing with...More

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Reviewed yesterday

Today I visited the Fotografiska museum to see Paul Hansens photography. I was taken away my breath by the sense of these pictures.

Thank 189852Anneli_12
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The exhibition of the war scene pictures are great- touching and meaningful. However the other exhibition wasn’t that extravagant or rather didn’t touch our hearts much. So overall we thought it was average and only preferred the exhibition of the war scene.

Thank Evelyn1228
Reviewed 2 days ago

It is a museum which is not in the center but a little off-centre. I found some of the artwork pretty but overall it's pretty limited. I expected better. The entrance ticket is a bit expensive for the overall quality. Not necessarily a museum that...More

Thank Thibault s
Reviewed 4 days ago

As a horse lover I had to see the exhibit on horses. I spent most of my day here. It was a wonderful exhibit and not only that, the restaurant on the top floor is also so worth your while. When in Stockholm, one has...More

Thank Edna M
Reviewed 6 days ago

Five of us enjoyed several hours in this museum. Great variety, very well exhibited, nice cafe on upper floor. We were all very glad that we saw this and would recommend it.

Thank LKS1209
Reviewed 1 week ago

It was amazing, by far the best museum I have ever been. I love all the photos especially the ones taken during the war; I could really feel what's happening just by looking at the photos. Definitely worth a visit.

Thank Atiqah I
Reviewed 1 week ago

When I went there was an exhibition by Paul Hansen, which was truly brilliant. The layout of the photos is done well, to give you time to contemplate each before moving onto the next. The museum does not take cash, but is part of the...More

Thank Lucles
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We could have spent all day at this museum with its reflection of modern conflicts and life. The cafe is worth a visit, we bought the buffet lunch for around £16- we thought this was good value and the view is beautiful. The cafe takes...More

Thank offtherails87
Reviewed 1 week ago

If into photography yourself, or just interested in photo exhibitions, this is not to be missed! Established in 2010, it has built its reputation since the start on high quality, like exhibitions with photos of Annie Leibovitz ,David LaChapelle and more. Although not all is...More

Thank D5728RHjan
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John S
10 March 2017|
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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.
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