Hallwyl Museum (Hallwylska Museet), Stockholm

4.4
#11 of 65 in Museums in Stockholm
History Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Housed in what was once a home to Count and Countess von Hallwyl, Hallwyl Museum (Hallwylska Museet) gives a glimpse into the life of Swedish royalty, particularly during the Victorian period. The estate was given to the Swedish government in 1920 on the grounds that it would remain unaltered. Today you can walk the halls of this preserved historical home, which exhibits about 50,000 objects and artifacts collected by its former tenants. The Countess acquired many pieces of art during her travels with the intention of eventually founding a museum. Along with the Skokloster Castle and the Royal Armory, this national museum is part of a government agency grouping that educates visitors on the history of Sweden. Use our Stockholm trip itinerary maker site to add Hallwyl Museum (Hallwylska Museet) and other attractions to your Stockholm vacation plans.
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  • Very well maintained example of what a wealthy family's palace was in a not so far away past. One step into the entry, and you are many steps back into past. Well worth a visit, it is central and...  more »
  • The palace was a winter residence for a very rich heiress who married a Swiss count, late nineteenth century. She collected porcelain and other works of art. The house is a now a state museum. The...  more »
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  • The museum 5/5. Stunning if you're interested in history. Friendly and well informed staff. The restaurant 3/5. Despite a wonderful setting and good service, the loud noise from the bar section as well as a main course that didn't meet the expectations made me feel there was room for improvement.
  • This place is actually a museum / bar / restaurant. But i think it’s only occurred during the summer. I went to the bar/restaurant, not the museum part. The most unique part of this place, I would say, is the building. Old-style Scandinavian building. Price is a bit higher than regular bars, but it’s worth the money. Beautiful restaurant.

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