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The Nordic Watercolour Museum

THE NORDIC WATERCOLOUR MUSEUM

The museum is an inspiring meeting place for art, nature and people, an arena for art based on water, pigment and paper. The Nordic Watercolour Museum opened in the summer of 2000 and was designed by the Danish architects Niels Bruun and Henrik Corfitsen, the museum's extension with a further 400 square meters was completed in the summer of 2012 and was designed by Tengbom. In 2010 the museum won the title The Swedish Museum of the Year. Since the start, world class art has been shown; Salvador Dali, Bill Viola, Louise Bourgeois and Swedish favorites like Elsa Beskow, Anders Zorn and Lars Lerin. The museum offers workshops for schools and businesses, lectures and conferences. The studios across the water can be rented for a night or an extended stay.

RESTAURANT VATTEN GOURMET & CAFÉ

You can almost taste the salt on your tongue when the waves splash across the rocks. The restaurant tempts you with contemporary cuisine created from the finest local produce.
The restaurant is certified by Taste of West Sweden.

Contact information

Contact
Nordiska Akvarellmuseet
Södra hamnen 6
47132 Skärhamn
Phone: +46 304 600080
Fax: +46 304 600099
Email: info@akvarellmuseet.org
Web site: http://www.akvarellmuseet.org/

Opening hours

Opening hours Daily 11 am – 6 pm

The museum is closed for re-hanging:
2014.09.15 - 2014.09.27

Price

Price

Summer (May - September): adults 70 sek, under 25 free entrance.


Winter: adults 45 sek, under 25 free entrance.


 

Directions

Directions To reach Skärhamn, drive first (by bus or car)
about 50 kilometres (30 miles) north from Göteborg.

At Stenungsund you head due west across the
Tjörn bridges to reach the small community of Skärhamn
on the west of the island.

Facilities

Conference

Restaurant

Bar

Outdoor seating

Lunch

Lift

Shop

Café

Conference facilities

Baby changing room

Suitable for disabled persons

Open all year round

Beach

Children’s menu

Parking

Accessibility

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Public transport

Information about accessibility
Leave the bus in Skärhamn at the stop called Kommunalhuset. Then follow the signs to Södra Hamnen/Akvarellmuseet. The walk takes 10 to 15 minutes. A direct bus runs from Gothenburg a number of times a day.
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