Exhibitions of contemporary art & design Liljevalchs - Art museum in Stockholm, Sweden

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Djurgårdsvägen 60, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden




+46 8 508 313 30

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4.30 (1092 reviews)

Working Hours

  • Sunday: 11AM to 5PM
  • Monday: 11AM to 5PM
  • Tuesday: 11AM to 8PM
  • Wednesday: 11AM to 5PM
  • Thursday: 11AM to 8PM
  • Friday: 11AM to 5PM
  • Saturday: 11AM to 5PM


  • Amenities
    • Toilets
    • Restaurant
  • Accessibility
    • Wheelchair-accessible car park
    • Wheelchair-accessible entrance


  • 5Patrycja P. 9 months ago
    Brutal art gallery in Stockholm! I absolutely loved everything about it. 120kr /person for the entrance.

  • 5A. 3 years ago
    A really beautiful museum with some breathtaking art from people from all walks of life. One of the least pretentious art museums I have been too. Excellent shop and cafe, located near lots of other museums so you could museum-hop if you want. Free entry on a Monday, but it's popular with elderly locals so it will be busy!

  • 5TRAVELLING {,TO BE P. 3 years ago
    Small contemporary art museum on Djurgarden, with free admission. Had an exhibit on the B&W photography of Anders Pedersen on while we visited - great stuff. The tour was unfortunately only available in Swedish, at that time. Hop in, and check whether anything is on that can captivate you...

  • 4Nigel S. 3 years ago
    An excellent art gallery. It depends on the exhibition being shown at the time as to how enjoyable your visit will be be. Entry was free, has toliets and lockers. A shop and cafe are also open there. The building is quite small so you should be able to see the exhibitions in around 30 minutes to an hour.

  • 4Katie B. 3 years ago
    The vårsalong "spring exhibit" is hosted here yearly and it is very well visited. Djurgården is a wonderful location to visit when in Stockholm and the vårsalongen hosted at Liljevalchs, which showcases artists from across the country, should be on you list of must see.

  • 4Reb B. 5 months ago
    Always interesting, but way too big exhibition in my opinion

  • 4Kenton K. 8 months ago

  • 3Shantis T. 3 years ago
    I really like the concept of the "Spring salon" with artists from across the country getting the chance to exhibit. But it's not super easy to get to the gallery and once you do the line is long and the cafe doesn't have great food, and I also feel this institution could do more to attract a more diverse crowd. I'm not really in position to assess the curation.

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Last updated: 2022-04-24