Art Center Gallery Gottorp is situated about four kilometers north of Kristiinankaupunki.
The gallery is made up of a number of log houses dating from the 18th century, which are located in a thickly wooded yard. Inside the gallery you can find artworks by Stina Engvall and guest artists. The art exhibitions are renewed annually, but there is also a permanent exhibition about the persecution of witches in 17th century Kristiinankaupunki, as well as an exhibition portraying town life in the 17th century. The gallery is open in July (Tuesday-Sunday) or by agreement.
Galleri Gottorp is open in July on Tuesday-Sunday at 1-6 pm and Saturday at 12-4 pm. Entrance for adults is 4€. In June, August and September, the gallery is open by agreement.
Galleri Gottorp offers acccommodation to tourists in June-August. The same building (an old granary) can also be rented as an art residence. More information below.
In addition to the permanent exhibition about the with persecution in Kristiinankaupunki in the 17th century, there is a new exhibition about modern witchcraft.
This summer, Gottorp will celebrate its thirty years anniversary with many different events:
"The show must go on" by Ö-spel on July 1 at 6.30 pm
Picknickparty on July 10 at 6 pm with
The Siewert Öholm Experience and Eld
I will also participate in the naivistic exhibition in Iittala, another exhibition in Kuusankosi and from mid-August in Korpilahti (Hörygalleria). - Stina
Skrattnäsintie 353, 64100 Kristiinankaupunki, Suomi
358 (0) 40 5094 733