Chicago - Swedish Museum

Swedish Museum

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About Swedish Museum

The museum was established in 1976 by Kurt Mathisson. The museum operates as a nonprofit organization. The museum lies in a 24,000 square foot area with a collection of about 12,000 art objects. It is a center in celebration of the Swedish American culture and history providing educational programs as an outreach to the public.

5211 N Clark St, Chicago, IL, 60640
773-728-8111
S,Sa : 12 pm - 5 pm;
M-W,F : 11 am - 5 pm

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Linda Goffigan
A Review of the Swedish Museum
The Swedish Museum exhibited by Karen Harding displayed frame foliage of huge flowers alongside beige walls that showcased the many artists who contributed to the work. Information placards were located to the bottom left and right of the artwork to get more information about the Swedish artists and the inspiration and name of the floral artwork.

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  • 4Adults (18-64)
  • 3Children (0-17)
  • 3Seniors (0-99)
  • 10Families (0-99)

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