Hallwylska Museet, Stockholm
About Hallwylska Museet, Stockholm
Hallwylska Museet, Stockholm - Address, Phone Number
Address: Hamngatan 4, 111 47 Stockholm, Sweden
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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This late 19th century palatial home was built for Count Walther von Hallwyl and his wife, Wilhelmina. The countess was a travelbug and collected a lot of art from the places she visited around the world, all of which she ended up donating to Sweden. The house has been preserved as it was in her time. Every inch of it bursts with artworks, stylish paneling, gild work, carpets, exquisite antique furniture, and lovely chandeliers. Even the kitchen and service quarters have been preserved exactly as they were. There are over 50,000 items of interest here in the 40+ rooms.
Hallwylska Museet Information
- Disabled parking outside Restaurang Riche at Birger Jarlsgatan 4.
- Not wheelchair accessible.
- Check out the museum shop. The restaurant is only open in the summers.
Hallwylska Museet Ticket Prices
- Special exhibits may have their own prices.
- Guided Tour: SEK 60
- Audio Guide: SEK 40
- Groups Tours: Weekdays - SEK 2000 for up to 20, SEK 2500 for 20-25 people; Weekends - SEK 3000 for up to 20, SEK 3500 for 20-25 people.
- Tours may be arranged after 4:00pm for additional charges.
- Entry is free.
Hallwylska Museet Opening and Closing Hours
Guided Tours in English:
- September–May: Saturday 1:30 pm
- June: Saturday - Sunday 12:30 pm
- July & August: Tuesday - Sunday 10:30 am, 12:30 pm
How To reach Hallwylska Museet by Public Transport
- Trams 7; Buses 54, 69, 76, 91 stop Stockholm Nybroplan.
- Ferries 80, Ressels Rederi stop Stockholm Nybrokajen.
- Subway 11; Bus 412 stop Kungstradgarden T-bana.
- Ferries 2, 3, 8, 9, 12, 13, 17, 19, 26 stop Stockholm Stromkajen.
- Subway 13 and 14 stop ostermalmstorg T-bana.
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Hallwylska Museet, Stockholm Reviews - Write a Review
Really interesting and beautiful 19-century house and interior design, this museum is unique in Stockholm and shouldn't be missed. It is just a great historical presentation of what an upper class home could look like. If the service wasn't so snobby (in a bad way) I would definitely give this all the stars. EDIT: went back for a tour, which actually didn't give much more than what the free entrance presents, though you get a good understanding of the "mad hoarder" who lives here! Worth the 70kr, if you haven't been here before.
Great place to visit. Tour is cheap if you want the context, but if you just want to see the most beautiful rooms in the home, you can do that all for free.
One of the hidden gems in Stockholm is the Hallwylska palace, which is a preserved turn of the 20th century mansion at the centre of town. The museum is free however there is a charge if you want to take the guided tour which covers slightly more of the property. An impressive museum with great collection which is worth an hour or so of your time
Worth a visit. Interesting history and special architecture.
Abit odd but a great museum and really beautiful! Don't forget to get a glass of wine in the yard. 😉😎
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