Norrköping has a rich cultural life and here we have some tips of places you can visit right now. Also remember that the last Saturday in September every year, the Culture Night is held in Norrköping. A lovely day which usually is symbolized by a lot of people, great atmosphere and of course lots of culture.
Best of all is that some of the tips are completely free. Opening hours and current exhibitions/performances can be found at each operator's website.
Art and design exhibitions. Nearly 1000 square meters of exhibitions in the old granary on Norra Promenaden 33 in Norrköping.
Norrköping Art Museum (Konstmuseet)
The main focus is Swedish modernism. The museum also has a graphics collection that is one of the largest in the country. Exhibitions at the museum are thematic or focus on the oeuvres of individual artists while also linking them to international contemporary art.
Theatre Bråddgatan 34
Welcome to see the innovative and classic theater with the free groups that play at the Theatre Bråddgatan 34's intimate theater stages. There is also the opportunity to see some of the nation's leading children's theater companies perform a wide range of theatrical performances.
The Museum of Work (Arbetets museum)
The museum depicts working life and working conditions through exhibitions, seminars and programme activities.
Östgötateatern is one of Swedens largest theatres outside Stockholm and Gothenburg. The basis of the theatre is the Stora Teatern in Norrköping and the Stora Teatern in Linköping.
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra has during the last years proved to be one of the most interesting orchestras in Scandinavia, and has attracted much attention from around the world.
Norrköping City Museum (Stadsmuseet)
Here you will find the factories and the work places of the craftsmen dating from the 19th century up to the present day.