This contemporary photography space features rotating exhibits from artists all over the globe. It’s not technically a museum (it doesn’t have a permanent collection), but that shouldn’t stop you from visiting. It’s located along the waterfront in a 1906 Art Nouveau customs house that still has the original facade in tact. Bonus: It’s open late! Sunday through Wednesday until 11pm and Thursday through Saturday until 1am. Be sure to make time for a bite at the restaurant, known for it’s focus on locally sourced produce.
Works by artists such as Dali, Picasso, and Matisse, as well as one of Europe’s best collection of temporary exhibits, make this a must-see. I saw a Yayoi Kusama installation that I wanted to live in! Her work is there until September 11th of this year. Bonus: The permanent collection is free to explore.
This is the most interactive museum I’ve ever been to, as I was able to sing on stage with ABBA (well, their holograms), create a music video, and audition to be the fifth member! The best part is, if you scan the barcode on your ticket at each experience, links to your “performances” are available online for 30 days. Admission also includes access to The Swedish Hall of Fame. I’d like to go back and do the ABBA boat tour!
I look forward to visiting more museums in Stockholm! What is your favorite?
May your journey be your muse,