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hulagirlSurrey wrote a review Nov 2018
Staines, United Kingdom821 contributions216 helpful votes
The Royal Academy of FIne Arts is located at 12 Fredsgatan in the City area. Not worth a special visit.
Date of experience: October 2018
TomSjoberg wrote a review Oct 2018
Helsinki, Finland820 contributions115 helpful votes
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. We visited this museum as the National Museum was going through a renovation during our visit to Stockholm and I tried to find something interesting to see. However, this was really not a good choice.…
Date of experience: September 2018
MrPhileasF wrote a review Oct 2017
London, United Kingdom1,960 contributions163 helpful votes
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 and some of the collection. There is normally at least 4 main exhibitions in the building by excellent artists. Well worth an hour of your time. …
Date of experience: October 2017
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Bruno S wrote a review Apr 2017
Toronto, Canada766 contributions150 helpful votes
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.
Date of experience: April 2017
1812John wrote a review Mar 2017
108 contributions33 helpful votes
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.
Date of experience: March 2017