Gothenburg Museum of Art
Found at Götaplatsen Sqaure, the Gothenburg Museum of Art houses the city’s largest collection of Nordic art dating back from the 19th century, along with contemporary pieces and15th century work by Picasso, Rubens, Monet and Rembrandt. For any art lover or visitor looking to learn more about Gothenburg through its art history, it is a must-see destination.
Visitors looking to stay within walking or cycling distance of Gothenburg’s most enticing attractions like Gothenburg Opera, art museums and the historic Haga will be well-served by the central location and comfortable surroundings of the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Gothenburg.
Appreciating art in Gothenburg
As well as classics by the Old Masters, visitors to the Gothenburg Museum of Art can see works by Scandinavia’s most famous artists, including Edvard Munch, Anders Zorn and Carl Larsson. The collection has been intelligently curated, with Nordic art broken up into two sections: one for the Göteborg colourists and an area dedicated to Nordic art from1900-1950. There are also exciting pieces by contemporary artists and a French Collection.
With over three floors, filled with paintings and sculptures, visitors to the Gothenburg Museum of Art will want to set time aside to linger over the museum’s artworks.
In recognition of the quality of the art housed at the Gothenburg Museum of Art, it has been awarded three stars by the Michelin Green Guide, which bestows the honour only on the most worthy attractions.
City centre hotel in Gothenburg
Visitors staying at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Gothenburg will be lucky enough to be right in the heart of Gothenburg near all the most popular things to do. This Gothenburg hotel boasts its own restaurant, sauna, Jacuzzi, swimming pool and state-of-the-art gym to keep guests healthy, relaxed and comfortable while they are visiting.