Bohuslän Museum

Uddevalla, Sweden

Bohuslän region museum exhibits the history of Uddevalla and surrounding coastal area. There are also other exhibitions like European art collection of John Johnson (1861-1951), a wealthy businessman and art collector.

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Uschi Sieg (2 years ago)
Wonderful Place! I always come here when I'm in this area!
Dan Reyes (4 years ago)
Fantastic regional museum. Admission is free. Has a variety of exhibits including displays of early and modern history of the area. Also galleries with the work of local artists. Nice cafe, which looks out over the river.
Andreas Ferm (4 years ago)
Great place for a few relaxing hours. Play area for younger kids will make the visit become memorable for them as well
Steinar Wale (5 years ago)
What a pearl Uddevalla has produced here, something of interest for all tastes. I felt I learned so much about the history of this fascinating area covering many hundreds of years,it definitely shows how resilient mankind is & how it can overlive not just 1 disaster but many and come out of it stronger & more prosperous. On top of the exhibition it also has a wonderful small restaurant producing food of all varieties out of the norm, do not miss the total experience of this wonderful museum
Rich Mears (5 years ago)
A diverse, well displayed and interesting museum centrally located in what is otherwise a non-descript town. It's free to enter and there is plentiful and good value pay and display parking on its doorstep, toilets, a small restaurant and shop. I'd guess about 30% of the information is also in English, but the highly visual nature of many of the exhibitions makes this a good visit for kids, especially on a day the weather isn't all that great.
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