- Adults 60 SEK (valid for one visit The Maritime Museum and Aquarium)
With the annual pass you have access to our museums 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.
- Visitors under the age of 25
Together we can create a good atmosphere at the Maritime Museum and Aquarium.
We are closed on Mondays except during sports holidays and autumn holidays.
The museum is closed on the following days: Good Friday, Easter Monday, 1 May, 6 June, Midsummer Eve and Midsummer Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
The research room
You can book the research room in advance if you want to do research in the collections, archives and library here. Contact us via e-mail email@example.com.
The Maritime Museum and Aquarium is on Karl Johansgatan, opposite Stigbergstorget. Sjömanstornet (the seafarer's tower) with the bronze statue at the top is a good landmark and can be seen from afar. Karl Johansgatan, Bangatan and Första Långgatan/Stigbergsliden are all streets that will bring you here.
Karl Johansgatan 1-3, 414 59 Göteborg
Tram 3, 9 or 11. The stop is called Stigbergstorget.
Go to the Västtrafik website for more information on public transport »
If you are coming from Oscarsleden toward the west, get off at Fiskhamnsmotet and turn directly to the right toward Fiskhamnen. There is a parking area at Fiskhamnen. There are also a few parking spaces along the streets and smaller car parks closer to the museum. There is a disabled parking space next to the entrance, but apart from that the museum has no parking spaces of its own.
Directions with map »
In our interesting little museum shop we have quality items related to shipping and the oceans, often ecological. There is a wide variety, for all ages and for all pockets. We often order items that have a connection with the current exhibition or our programme range. They include toys, books, postcards, jewellery, mugs, clothes and so on.
Tip! If you have the Cultural Heritage card you are given a 20% discount on all items in the museum shop.
The café by the entrance has home-made delicacies, sandwiches and light dishes. You can pay by credit card or swish.
More information about the café »
On the third floor there is a dining area where you can heat up your own food in a microwave oven. There are high chairs for children.
We constantly work to improve accessibility so that everyone is able to use and appreciate our museum. You can find information about frequently asked questions using the link below.
Accessibility at the Maritime Museum and Aquarium »
There is free access to the internet for your phone or laptop in the Aquarium studio on the ground floor and in the Gripsholm reading room on the third floor.
GRIPSHOLM READING ROOM
The Gripsholm reading room is on the third floor, where you can rest your tired feet and dive into interesting books.