Swedish: Hallwylska museet
Visit to the tourist attraction of Sweden - Hallwyl Museum: the museum has preserved rooms (about 40 rooms are spread over five floors) from the late Victorian period in Sweden giving a glimpse into the lifestyles of the nobility in Stockholm at the time.
The house was built as residence of Stockholm for Walther and Wilhelmina von Hallwyl. The interiors exhibit a range of historical styles with precious material choices, with antiques of baroque and rococo styles, exclusive furnishings and artistic decorations. Wilhelmina von Hallwyl had acquired large collections of art, antiques, weapons, china and silver, and decided on to preserve their home as a museum. The house with all the collections, was donated to the Swedish State in 1920.
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Free entrance to all visitors, fees may apply for special exhibits.
Guided Tours in English
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Guided tour of all floors: Adult - 70 SEK and Children under 19 years - free.
Dramatic tour: Adult - 140 SEK and Children under 19 years - 60 SEK.
Group Guided Tours
Tours for a group maximally of 30 visitors must be Pre-Order.
Language supplement: 200 SEK.
During regular opening hours to one group: up to 20 visitors: 2000 SEK and more than 20 visitors: 2500 SEK.
Evenings, weekends, holidays to one group: up to 20 visitors: 3000 SEK and more than 20 visitors: 3500 SEK.
- Visit to Hallwyl Museum
- Hamngatan 4
- SE-111 47
- Latitude: 59.3331408
- Longitude: 18.0745424
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