Visit the Museum
Museum of Gothenburg is temporarily closed
Museum of Gothenburg is temporarily closed, from Saturday 14 November until further notice, due to the corona virus pandemic and the general guidelines for the region, decided by the Public Health Agency on Thursday 29 October.
Museum of Gothenburg has a unique home - the Swedish East India Company building from the 1750s. Our exhibitions tells the story of Gothenburg from prehistoric times to the present day - a trip through 12,000 years of history.
Get inspired by the colourful ideas that characterized the city in the 18th century, take a look at Sweden’s only preserved Viking ship, and be amazed by the contrast between bourgeois life and the trade union struggle of the 19th century. We also have temporary exhibitions throughout the year that deal with contemporary issues in the city, and a diverse programme of activities.
In the museum you also find a café, museum shop and childrens playroom.
Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm. Wednesday 10am to 8pm.
Mondays are closed.
Good Friday, 1 May, 6 June, Midsummer’s Eve, Midsummer Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas day, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s day.
- Visitors under the age of 25
- Gothenburg Pass
-Adults 60 SEK (only valid at the museum where the ticket is purchased)
With the annual pass you have access to our museums throughout the calendar year for the price of 100 SEK. The pass is valid at The Gothenburg Museum of Art, Museum of Gothenburg, The Röhsska Museum and The Maritime Museum and Aquarium*.
Additional admission charge is required for certain exhibitions and events. The pass is a valuable document and can only be used by one person. Lost pass will not be replaced.
*The Maritime Museum and Aquarium is closed for reconstruction. The museum opens again 2022.
LUGGAGE AND CLOAKROOM
The cloakroom can be found by the reception on level -1.