Gothenburg City Museum Overview
The museum is sited inside the premises of the Swedish East India Company building which dates back to the 18th century. The exhibitions of the museum depict Gothenburg’s history of 12,000 years from the prehistoric times till date.

Take a look at Sweden’s only preserved Viking ship which showcases a striking contrast between the bourgeoisie life and the trade union struggle during the 19th century. The museum also organises temporary exhibitions that deal with contemporary issues of the place and diverse activities.  There is a playroom for kids, a children’s museum and shop, a café and a restaurant inside the museum where you can relax and refresh after the excursion.

Location: Norra Hamngatan 12, 411 14 Göteborg, Sweden

Timings: Tuesday-Sunday 10am- 5pm, Wednesday 10am -8pm, Mondays closed
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