Exhibition hall

Hasselblad Center
The exhibition hall, Hasselblad Center is located in the Göteborg Museum of Art, situated at Götaplatsen. Next door you will also find Göteborgs Konsthall.


Opening hours
Tuesday 11-18, Wednesday 11-20, Thursday 11-18,
Friday-Sunday and holidays 11-17.

The museum is closed on: Good Friday, Easter Saturday, 1 May,  6 June, Midsummer Eve, Midsummer Day, Christmas Eve,

Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.



Free admission
Visitors under the age of 25 years


Single entry
Adults 60 SEK


Annual pass
With the annual pass you have access to Hasselblad Center and some of the other museums in the city throughout the calendar year for the price of 100 SEK. The pass is valid at The Gothenburg Museum of Art, Museum of Gothenburg, The Maritime Museum and Aquarium* and The Röhsska Museum*. Additional admission charge is required for certain exhibitions and events. The pass is a valuable document and can only be used by one person. Lost pass will not be replaced.


*The Maritime Museum and Aquarium will close for reconstruction in september 2018. The museum opens again 2021. The Röhsska Museum is temporarily closed and opens during the fall of 2018.


Book shop
Next to our exhibition hall you will find the Göteborg Museum of Art´s book shop where you can find many of our published books.




Service for disabled
Ramps, elevators and toilets.


Public transport
Bus 18 and 52 to Götaplatsen. Tram 4 and 5 to Berzeliigatan.
Tram 3, 7 and 10 to Valand.



Audio Guide

Listen to guided tours of current exhibitions and see our event calendar in the app Hasselblad Foundation Audio Guide.
The audio guide is available in Swedish and English.
Please use headphones. Available for loan at the museum front desk.


Download the app to your smartphone here:

Hasselblad Foundation  Audio Guide at App Store

Hasselblad Foundation  Audio Guide at Google Play



Eat and drink
Restaurant Mr. P are neighbours with Göteborgs Konstmuseum and Hasselblad Center.
Click here for menu and opening hours.

Current exhibitions

Current exhibitions

Book a tour

Book a tour