Art lovers who are on a city trip in Malmö should not miss Moderna Museet. The little brother of the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm, offers always changing exhibitions. Always a good reason to walk by. Admission is for free.
The museum is housed in a former generator, dating from 1901 and it opened its doors in 2009. The exhibitions focuses on both Swedish and international art. In addition to the temporary exhibitions, a part of the art collection of Moderna Museet is also shown in Malmö.
I visited Moderna Museet in Malmö in December 2017 and visited the exhibition Akut from Ulf Rollof. The second exhibition, Public Movement, will run until February 18, 2018. On their website you will find an overview of the upcoming exhibitions.
Moderna Museet Malmö – practical information
Entrance to Moderna Museet is free of charge. So you can easily walk in and out if it should not turn out to be your thing. The museum is closed on Mondays. From Tuesday to Friday it is open from 11 am to 6 pm, in the weekend from 11 am to 5 pm. Every Saturday at 15h there is a guided tour in Swedish through the temporary exhibitions. They also organize special events for families. There is also a (small) museum shop. Be sure to visit the museum café as well where you can go for fika or a light lunch.