The most successful—and deservedly so—Swedish museum launch since Hedenhös (that's a Swedish expression meaning the Stone Age), this private museum dedicated to photography opened in 2010 in a former customs building on the northeastern shore of Södermalm. During its brief existence, it has put on exhibitions by world-class photographers such as Annie Leibovitz, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Anton Corbijn, as well as less renowned shutterbugs. The very generous opening hours make it delightfully accessible, and even if the art doesn't float your boat, you can always spend an hour at the house's über-cool alfresco bar/restaurant and watch the boats go by. TV celebrity chef Paul Svensson heads the kitchen, so the food is fab, too.