Fotografiska - Stockholm
You do not need to be a photonerd to appreciate Fotografiska, a lot of locals come just for an after work gathering!
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Directions to Fotografiska
You can visit Fotografiska seven days a week, early morning or late night. So don't worry about what lifestyle you have or the times you live after, you will always have the opportunity to visit Fotografiska!
With 1800 m2 of exhibition and 500.000 visitors, Fotografiska is one of the world's largets accumulations of photography and one of Sweden's most visited tourist destinations.
Their vision is continually to 'inspiring a more conscious world' and they contribute to the community debate by showing photography that makes responsibility and spotlights on essential issues that should be lifted.
Check all there events here.
You do not need to be a photonerd to appreciate Fotografiska, a lot of locals come just for an after work gathering! The restaurant of Fotografiska is hosted by chef Paul Svensson and it has given many awards and the panoramic view of the Stockholm harbour is magnificent!
Getting to Fotografiska is easy, regardless of transportation. Located on the bank of Stadsgården in Stockholm, not far from the hub of Slussen. If you locate your way to Slussen, you will definitely find your way here.
Tickets to the museum are 165 SEK - 17 Euro - 17 Dollars per person (under 12 = free).
Practise your new skills and take photos of the viewing point of Monteliusvägen 1 mile from Fotografiska.
Don´t miss an evening at the museum Sunday - Wed:
Store and the exibitions:
Restaurant: (opening hours during the summer)
Lunch, Mon-Fri: 12:00am-3:00pm.
(Last sitting, 2:45pm)
Dinner, Tue-Sat: 6:00pm-10.pm
(Last booking, 9:30pm)
Fotografiska Studio Live:
Open Thursday to Saturday, 4:00pm-1:00am
Beer, wine and other beverages can be purchased in the café as well.
'Fotografiska's new Cocktail Bar and Studio is a lounge and creative space that seamlessly turns into a night at the museum with a pulsating cocktail bar and live stage where everyone is welcome'
Mon–Sun 11.00 am–11.00 pm when the weather allows. Read more about The Terrace.