The Starting Point
The Starting Point is intended as a path into the landscape, and to the cultural heritage which is all around us. The exhibition functions as an information spot at the museum, and online. The Starting Point provides space for meetings, and inspires outings. The contents are constantly renewed. As a visitor, you have a standing invitation to impact the display and its themes. www.utgangspunkten.se
The different sections:
NEWSThere are many exciting activities going on in the landscape. They might be archaelogical excavations, bird census projects, documentations and much more. This is where we showcase what's going on RIGHT NOW!
PLACES TO GO
Places between the mountains and the sea tell their fascinating stories. Some interesting historical persons from Bohuslän will meet you here. Further guidance if provided through the brochures and visitors' computers. Make your very own trip!
A PLACE IN MY HEART
We all carry places with us, that are special to our lives. What place is important to you? Read other people's stories and share your own places.
FROM OUR SOCIETIES
Many people take an active part in caring for the local cultural heritage by joining local history societies and other groups. You'll meet their stories here.
Bohuslän is an ever-changing landscape. The gifts of nature and people's need to provide for themselves have faced the demands and expectations of the world outside. There has been much debate. Massive conflicts from time to time! The VIEWPOINT addresses current debates, with the natural and cultural heritage as its foundation.
FIND OUT MORE
We guess you would like to know more about the places, topics and stories presented here. Please browse VETA MER, our online encyclopedia. Or sit down for a while, and bury yourself in the books in our reading corner.
YOUNG AND CURIOUS
If you are young and curious, you can follow our raven, who has keen eyes and remembers everything. The raven checks out exciting places where there have been funny and unbelievable things going on. The exhibition has four computers for visitors, whose contents are also avaliable online at