Bohus Fortress (Swedish: Bohus fästning) is a fortress on the Swedish west coast in the province of Västergötland.
It was built in the late 13th century by King Magnus III of Sweden. Bohus Fortress was decommissioned as a military fortress in the early 19th century but has been used as a prison and barracks. The fortress is now a popular tourist attraction.
Bohus Fortress is a well-preserved medieval fortress and offers visitors a glimpse into life in a medieval times. The fortress is home to several exhibits, including a weapons museum, a carpenter’s workshop, and a blacksmith’s workshop. There are also a number of restaurants and cafes on the premises.