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A visit to this museum is time well spent. The permanent John Bauer exhibition was interesting, touching, and above all made me really curious to also find out more about his wife, artist Esther Ellqvist Bauer.
If you plan on visiting the museum in the...More
This museum was free when I went. It's attached to the libirary so I was confused on whether this was a children's museum. The museum is to the right when you walk in and you can enter the showrooms through either of the staircases. Spent...More
The main room with the completed paintings was a lovely experience but I had hoped there would be a larger amount of his works on display. The 2nd room with his sketches was a great surprise and where we ended up spending most of our...More
This smallish museum has two main attractions: 1. The permanent, excellent exhibition on local fantasy painter John Bauer, who produced most of his work in and around Jönköping some 100yrs ago. His original paintings are displayed in a dark room, emulating a deep Småland forest...More
A lovely smaller city
Absolutely gorgeous location by Vattern lake - nice sandy beach and crystal clear waters (bit frigid)
Several impressive pieces of older buildings ( from 1700s)
Hard to find decent restaurants (unless ur fave is a boring pizza or greasy chinese dish)...More
This is a small art gallery. It's nice, with three or four exhibition halls (rooms). I guess the experience depends a lot on what exhibitions are in place at the moment. When we visited there was a lot of focus on local painter John Bauer....More