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Welcome to the Museum of World Culture! The museum is a place for asking big questions and little ones, for curiosity, and for dialogue. Here you can learn about both historical events and current issues. Its unique architecture and central location...more
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Sodra vagen 54 | Hållplats Korsvägen, Gothenburg 41254, Sweden
We popped in here after visiting the Kontsmuseum since it was close by and we had a few hours left to spare. Delighted we did as we all thoroughally enjoyed our visit and was amazed it was free! The feathers exhibition was very impressive and...More
We spent a v enjoyable 3 hours here during our visit to Gothenburg. We were impressed with the thought and design that went into the exhibitions. A nice place for some family time away from the hustle and bustle. Nice cafe - building offers lots...More
It`s so big museum, full of events and activities, they have special exhibition for the kids where they can play, have fun and learn a lot. as a parents, you will also enjoy there and also learn a lot with your kids
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We saw two exhibitions, one about feathers and one about crossroads, we kind of breezed through them, one could spend a lot more time there, but they still gave new information and made you think. I for one didn’t know that there were female animal...More
Housed in a concretebunker near Liseberg, this is not your typical museum . It houses exhibitions which are themed and more abstract, such as crossroads about the cultural importance of crossroads,as well as the idea of coming to acrossroad and having to make a decision....More
We were here during the week of All Saints Day, Halloween, and Day of the Dead. The arrangements made for this week was to show the Mexican celebrations of The Day of the Dead. It included exhibitions, dance shows and of course a piñata.
There’s a profound feeling in Sweden of guilt portrayed around the current world crises as they are a principle exporter of weaponry for Syria’s wars (and others) which are displacing millions of refugees. This is most felt in the creative spaces around Gothenburg (as Saab...More
It's a quirky museum with exhibitions that show objects in some relationship or concept, rather than chronologically, with differently themed temporary exhibitions. The entrance is free, you only pay for the seminars that take place (if they do). We visited the 3rd and 4th floor...More
Mixed feelings about this museum. The 'Crossroads' exhibition upstairs was excellent and really well thought out. Definitely challenged some of my thinking and worldview. The soon to open 'Syrian Voices' exhibit also sounded intriguing. I was let down by the downstairs exhibition as it was...More