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Nice little museum

A nice museum, especially in the summer with the OpenArt exhibit going on. There is some pieces of... read more

Reviewed September 6, 2017
Obsidian W
via mobile
Small, but interesting

Especially if this is one of your first stops in Sweden -- the museum is all in Swedish, though... read more

Reviewed July 25, 2016
Lauree T
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Orebro, Sweden
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Sep 6, 2017
“Nice little museum”
Mar 14, 2017
“I was surprised”
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3 Engelbrektsgatan, Orebro 702 12, Sweden
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Reviewed September 6, 2017 via mobile

A nice museum, especially in the summer with the OpenArt exhibit going on. There is some pieces of arts and pieces of history. Some infos are in English. There are also a few summaries in English. But most are in swedish, so you have to...More

Thank Obsidian W
Reviewed March 14, 2017

I didn't have high expectations and only visited because it was free and on my way from the castle to Wadköping, but I absolutely loved it. A very interesting and unusual exhibition about the history of the city, written in a very enjoyable manner, I...More

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Reviewed October 18, 2016

If you like arts and history -you should visit here. You can visit with your family. Not sure pets are allowed or not.

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Reviewed August 7, 2016

We visited this lovely museum in a balmy August weekend. This small museum is surrounded by a few interesting sculptures, among others a few huge pop corns and the brass figures. Inside, there is an impressive collection of Karl Axel Pehrsson landscape paintings. I enjoy...More

Thank Majje76
Reviewed July 25, 2016

Especially if this is one of your first stops in Sweden -- the museum is all in Swedish, though (unfortunately), so if you have a Swedish friend to take, who can translate for you, I recommend that. It has some interesting artifacts, including one of...More

Thank Lauree T
Reviewed September 1, 2015

At the time we visited there was the Örebro Open Art in full flow, so that was an added dimension. But I have visited this museum a few times and it's always a good visit. Lots of interesting, thought provoking exhibitions and free. Cafe/ restaurant...More

Thank Matthew F
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