Art collector's residence & shop The Hallwyl Museum - Museum in Stockholm, Sweden



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Address

Hamngatan 4, 111 47 Stockholm, Sweden

Website

http://hallwylskamuseet.se

Contact

+46 8 402 30 99

Rating on Google Maps

4.50 (2140 reviews)

Working Hours

  • Sunday: 11AM to 5PM
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 12 to 4PM
  • Wednesday: 12 to 7PM
  • Thursday: 12 to 4PM
  • Friday: 12 to 4PM
  • Saturday: 11AM to 5PM

Amenities

  • Accessibility
    • Wheelchair-accessible lift
    • Wheelchair-accessible toilet
    • Wheelchair-accessible entrance

Reviews

  • 5Collins S. 7 months ago
    A cool place to see when in Stockholm - the home of Wilhelmina and Walther (Architect also designed the national museum's building) which was given to the state and is now a museum. It hosts several lavish rooms and a picture gallery. Due to covid we had to wait for a short while before entering but it was not very long. Free entry and friendly staff.

  • 5Juljan D. 3 months ago
    Amazing free museum. It's only 100 years old, but the 17-18th century style that they opted for is omnipresent and a marvel to look at. There are lockers for your jackets and bags (as in most of the Swedish museums). Definitely worth a stop!

  • 5Alexandra K. 8 months ago
    Worth visiting for those who like the atmosphere of 19 century luxury houses. Interesting facts are described in the information brochures for every room

  • 5Tina M. 5 months ago
    This place is amazing! It is situated in central Stockholm and has really good staff walking about in the museum. Very interesting perspective in the wealthy lived in Stockholm at that time. If you are interested in antique furniture and baroque styles, come visit this place. Well worth your time. Oh, don't miss the informational document that you will find by the entrance of each room. I missed the it in the beginning and thought the information was not available, but it is and it sheds light to each particular room. We did the self tour. Free!

  • 5Jason K. 9 months ago
    Great free museum of what it was like in years past for the rich in Sweden

  • 4Lars M. 11 months ago
    It's for free which is obviously really nice. You can see a lot of things inside but in my opinion the information is kind of missing here. But still a lot of cool things to see.

  • 4RJ K. 1 year ago
    For those people who loves authentic medieval collection of the house to collections of different artifacts. This place is to be! I really love just walking around different rooms and the collections which they have gathered including weapons and portraits. I can't even believe it's free museum.

  • 4Hye Jin A. 1 year ago
    Nice museum in the middle of city. Recommend guide tour. With guide you can enter secrete rooms! 15:30 for english guide tour.



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Last updated: 2022-04-24