Welcome to Fotografiska
Visit the museum
Come visit a destination to discover world-class photography, elevated and sustainable dining, eclectic programming and surprising new perspectives. You can buy your entrance ticket at the museum or pre-book your ticket online before your visit.
• You can buy your entrance ticket at the museum, but it’s best to pre-book your slot time below.
Open everyday 10 AM–11 PM
Fotografiska offers world-class dinner experiences and our restaurant has been awarded both the Guide Michelin green star and the 360 Eat Guide as the best and most sustainable restaurant in Sweden. The fundamental principle of Fotografiska’s food and drink philosophy is to create unique taste sensations while simultaneously increasing awareness about our planet. On our second floor, you will find all the food and drink Fotografiska has to offer. And you can always count on something scrumptious – morning, evening or night.
Enjoy both delicious dishes and a summery drink menu, something sweet after the meal and last but not least; the beautiful view over the water, the Royal Palace, Djurgården and Gröna Lund. The Veranda is open daily, 11AM – 11PM (Kitchen closes 9PM).
The Espresso Bar:
In the Espresso Bar on the 2nd floor, we proudly serve coffee from Stockholm Roast. All exhibition visitors and Fotografiska members are welcome and in addition to buns, pastries and cakes, we can also offer a glass of wine or cold beer and two different stone oven pizzas. Open daily, 10AM-6PM daily (pizza is served between 11AM-5PM).
By public transportation or foot
There are several ways to get here through Stockholm’s public transportation and most of them will lead you to Slussen. The subways both red and green lines go by the station and there are several city buses that stop at Södermalmstorg. From here, the easiest way is to walk towards the bus terminal and over the bridge towards the seafront. Walk to the pedestrian crossing, take right and walk along the seafront for around 500 meters until you arrive at Fotografiska.
Getting here by car is easy. There are a few parking spaces between the main entrance and the ferry terminal. You can also find some places to park behind us towards the Viking Line terminal.