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Göteborgs Naturhistoriska museum

Discover our exhibitions

Visit our updated exhibitions

Our work to carefully update our permanent exhibitions with fishes, reptiles, humans and many more species is finally done. Evolution is a main theme. Come meet all your relatives!

The Mammals Hall

Mammal Hall temporarily closed

The Mammal Hall is closed from November 23, 5 pm, due to maintenance of the lighting system. Will open temporarily from December 23 during the Christmas holidays. The Mammal Hall will then close again during a period from January 9.

Collections & research

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We are a part of CETAF Consortium of EuropeanTaxonomic Facilities

We are proud to be a part of CETAF Consortium of EuropeanTaxonomic Facilities, Europé’s network of biological and geological collections. Togheter with other natural history museums, botanical gardens and biodiversity centres we work on projects to promote research on collections.

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Scientific loans

FOR RESEARCHERS. Preparations and objects from our scientific collection are available on loan to scientific institutions to be used for research purposes. Here you will find information for researchers how to proceed.


We work together for biodiversity

PARTNERSHIP. The Gothenburg Global Biodiversity Centre (GGBC) hosted at the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences at the University of Gothenburg is made up of seventeen partner organisations from around Western Sweden, the museum is one of them.

Visit info

Entrance information

Regular opening hours
Tuesday –  Sunday 11 – 17
Thursday 11–20
Monday closed

Information about irregular opening hours.

We are located in a unique setting in Gothenburg’s largest park area Slottsskogen. Find us >>