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Unfortunately Sjöfartsmuséet is closed for renovation until 2021, and I am sure it will be a new and improved version, but, until then there are only a few exhibits at Stadsbiblioteket, and other places to visit.
I highly recommend Gothenburg City Museum, located on Norra...More
Went to see the exhibition about korean diving women. Starting off with enjoying the aquariums with a variety of oceanic species. A small but great exhibition about south korean tribe were women dive for the treasure that the sea might provude them with for survival....More
The special issue with our visit were two exciting exhibitions. One about the female divers Haenyeu on south-korean iseland Jeju. The other one about migration and refuge over the sea in modern history since the second world-war. And than I learned for first time about...More
This is a surprising great museum. We went there as it was one of few museums opened during Easter weekend. And we were pleasantly surprised. We spent 2 hours there but could easily spend two more hours. On the first floor there is aquarium with...More
This museum is very nice. It displays the development of the shipping industry. On the ground floor there is a small restaurant and an aquarium. The size of the museum is not very large so you may not use very much time in here if...More
The exhibition is very nice and offers a comprehensive history of Swedish merchant many activities. The descriptions on the second floor are, unfortunately, only available in Swedish. You need to make sure to take a left when coming up the stairs as there are English...More
We visited this museum during a rainy summer day, surprisingly uncrowded for being the summer vacation time of year.
The museum is quality content wise but it's dated and lacking interaction. The aquarium is sub par compared to Universeum. The museum in for an overhaul...More