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Fotografiska ForRest

Stay the night in Fotografiska’s forest room

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About Fotografiska ForRest

At the end of February, when the desire for greenery is at its peak, the In Bloom exhibition opens. In conjunction with this, Fotografiska Stockholm is bringing nature to its guests through the new forest room, ForRest. The room is filled with lush vegetation, offering visitors the chance to experience the peace and serenity of nature. The room is open to enjoy until the end of April. Additionally, on three exclusive dates, the room can be booked for an overnight stay, providing guests with the unique opportunity to spend a night at the museum.

The stay includes a five-course dinner in our restaurant, breakfast in a private room, and of course, admission to the In Bloom exhibition and other shows. All proceeds from the room rental will go towards preserving the Swedish forests through the organization Naturarvet.

About the exhibition

The group exhibition, In Bloom, features the work of 16 photographers, including Cig Harvey, David Uzochukwu, Helene Schmitz, and others. The common thread among these photographers is their quest to both comprehend and delve into nature, as well as express themselves through it.