Visit the ship

A journey from the 18th century til today

Götheborg of Sweden is a fascinating destination located in the city of Gothenburg – a ship loaded with experience. A genuine working ship with a vibrant history, scarred by harsh storms and marked by thousands upon thousands of nautical miles on the seven seas. Here, during our guided tours, visitors get to know everything from captivating stories to the tremendous art of shipbuilding, in a contemporary 18th-century environment.

Book your tickets now. Welcome on board!

Opening hours

The ship and the shop are open every Saturday and Sunday between 12.00-15.00.

Guided tours are held at 12.00, 13.00 and 14.00. The tours are held in Swedish. If requested, in English at 13.00. Please note that the ship can only be visited in the company of a guide.

Contact us for information about larger groups.

Tickets & prices

Adults: 150 SEK
Children 7-16 years: 70 SEK
Children 0-6 years: Free of charge
Family (2 adults + 2 children): 370 SEK

You can buy your tickets online or on-site, in our shop. As a part of the precautionary measures we have taken, we are now cash-free. You can pay by card or via Swish.

Where to find us

How to get here

By bus

Take bus number 16 (towards Eketrägatan) or 99 (towards Frölunda Torg). Stop at Sörhallstorget. Walk in the direction of the bus, turn left at Mimergatan.

By Älvsnabben ferry

From Lilla Bommen, Stenpiren or Klippan to Eriksberg ferry stop.

By car

Drive towards Hisingen and Norra Älvstranden, Eriksberg. Turn into Östra Eriksbergsgatan, and then Mimergatan. Set your GPS to Mimergatan 6. Parking is available at Hotel 11 and in the multi-storey car park at Östra Eriksbergsgatan.

By taxi

Ask for Mimergatan 6, Eriksberg.


In addition to our general tours, you can pre-book guided tours during other times.

Pre-booked tours are offered in Swedish, English, German, French, and Chinese.


Companies, associations

4900 SEK for 1 guide

The maximum number of participants is 20 persons/guide.


1800 SEK for 1 guide

The maximum number of participants is 20 persons/guide.


We follow the authorities' recommendations closely and make sure that we do everything we can to make our visitors and employees feel safe. More information about the precautions regarding Covid-19 can be found here.

Latest news

Sustainability workshop with CSR Västsverige

23 November 2021

Sustainability is at the core of our expedition 2022/2023. Therefore, we have started a process of identifying what we can improve and what we can do to make sure we take responsible decisions and actions for a sustainable future.

New yards in the making

19 November 2021

The exciting task for this week included locating, taking down, debarking and preparing timber that will become six new yards on the ship! Heading out on our big expedition to Asia next year, we need to bring spare yards with us, and this week has been very busy at the sawmill outside of Laholm.

The ship's current position