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Karl W wrote a review Oct 2020
New York City, New York111 contributions112 helpful votes
Including on one innovation that shows how the Swedes developed kitchen appliances, telephones etc. Excellent history lesson. Their one Van Gogh was not on exhibit when I was there which was my one dissapointment.
Date of experience: October 2020
1 Helpful vote
Katie_TravelBoost wrote a review Sep 2020
Harbin, China46 contributions4 helpful votes
This museum is definitely worth a visit, although for me I think I appreciated the building more than the art! There is a slightly random but interesting collection of art - personally not my thing, but I'm sure would be of interest to others! Everything was well presented with clear labels and information, while not overcrowding the rooms so you could still enjoy your visit.…
Date of experience: February 2020
Cynicoren wrote a review Aug 2020
Beersheba, Israel2,426 contributions301 helpful votes
Whereas the Swedish History Museum deals with telling the story of the Swedish people, Nationalmuseum is a museum of mainly Swedish arts/artists. The most surprising part of the museum is the design wing, in which you can examine how do the Sweds deal with design of household articles, as a design is a big thing is Scandinavia. While most of the artists might be less known than the great masters, there are some beautiful pieces here. Well worth a visit. Free admission.…
Date of experience: September 2019
2 Helpful votes
Werner H wrote a review Aug 2020
Schaerbeek, Belgium5 contributions1 helpful vote
Probably due to corona, there were very few visitors, which made the visit very pleasant. Lots of different types of art: impressive statues, nice classical paintings including Rembrandt's last (unfinished) painting.
Date of experience: August 2020
StevenKolsteren wrote a review Jul 2020
Groningen, The Netherlands103 contributions18 helpful votes
The national museum has several great works of art in its permanent collection, free to visit, especially of Nordic art. You have to do a bit of treasure hunting. The installation of 20th century design, although it houses many suprises, is truly chaotic.
Date of experience: June 2020