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Hallwyl Museum (Hallwylska Museet)

4 Hamngatan, Stockholm 111 47, Sweden
+46 8 402 30 99
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Slimline only, please!

I visited this fascinating building and museum some years ago and since they're now running a... read more

Reviewed 14 April 2017
Stockholm, Sweden
Go for the guided tour

I love house museums and was really looking forward to this one; unfortunately I timed my visit... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2017
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WELCOME TO THE HALLWYL MUSEUMLeave the noise of the city behind you and step 100 years back in time! Walk through the doors of Hallwyl House, located at No.4 Hamngatan in the heart of Stockholm. Find out about Countess Wilhelmina von Hallwyl and her family – their fascinating history and the magnificent home she created at the end of the 19th century. The Countess’s dedicated collecting resulted in one of Sweden’s largest assemblages of art, porcelain and antique furniture. Experience period luxuries and modern conveniences in the Count and Countess’s lavish house, with its dining room, salons, smoking room, weapons room, billiards rooms and porcelain room!ADMISSION- SEK 70/Adult- Guided tour of all floors, including admission: SEK 100- Free entry for children up to 18 years of age.OPENING HOURSJan–Jun, Sep–Dec: Tue, Thu–Sun 12–4pm, Wed 12–7pmJul–Aug: Tue–Sun 10am–4pmAUDIO GUIDE: Swedish and English
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4 Hamngatan, Stockholm 111 47, Sweden
+46 8 402 30 99
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Reviewed 14 April 2017

I visited this fascinating building and museum some years ago and since they're now running a feature on children we decided that Easter Thursday was a good time for a repeat visit. This isn't for those with difficulties in walking - lots of stairs, no...More

Thank PatrR
Reviewed 4 April 2017

I love house museums and was really looking forward to this one; unfortunately I timed my visit wrong and was unable to attend one of the guided tour sessions. It makes a difference, as the staff explained that the guided tour provides greater access to...More

Thank vichy
Reviewed 24 March 2017

We visited this museum on a recommendation from our guide, on a free walking tour of the city. We actually needed to fill in some time, as it was free why not. We are so glad we did, the interiors are truly beautiful. My husbands...More

Thank JnVSydney
Reviewed 22 March 2017

Come early. There will be a queue. You should take a guided tour because you will see and hear SO much more.

Thank sololady2016
Reviewed 13 March 2017

Well laid out historic property with a 'National Trust feel' of a bygone age - allow 2-3hrs for your visit, and extra if you want to take a tour, which takes you into restricted areas.

Thank Jonah61
Reviewed 12 March 2017 via mobile

This small museum offered many articles for your viewing pleasure...antique furniture....walls covered with ornate tapestry..and a small armory collection... It was free. Plan on about 45 minutes. Please do not expect any fine paintings etc.

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Reviewed 11 March 2017

Built in the late 1800's, the palatial Hallwyl House was the winter home for the immensely rich Count and Countess Walther and Wilhelmina von Hallwyl. The collections include amazing period furniture and art. Admission is free.

Thank denver60
Reviewed 19 February 2017

I had read about this place then we accidentally stumbled on it so decided to go in - and it's free so why not! It is actually really interesting and you could spend a long time browsing if you wanted - we didn't spend loads...More

Thank Aimee H
Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

Hallwylska museum is great if you fancy a quick injection of culture. It's a palace on the centre of Stockholm with fancy decor and furniture. You've seen it in half an hour. And what's best: it's free. On the second floor there is an exhibition...More

Thank Kai J
Reviewed 16 February 2017 via mobile

This museum is one of the free entrance museum in stockholm. If you have time you can stop by when you are out there walking or you can combine with the opera building. İts 4floor building and you can see the bedroom part only if...More

Thank ayse_nr-aka
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John S
are visitors allowed to take pictures of the paintings?
10 March 2017|
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Response from DohaInternational | Reviewed this property |
Yes at least I did. They are not that great and the family bought some fakes. The attic is full.