The house that time forgot...
Come visit one of Stockholm's most eccentric and engaging museums situated in the center of Stockholm.
Discover the museum in your own pace with our Audio Guide in English. Ask for it in the Museum Shop. 20 SEK/Adult.
A trip to Egypt
On 5 November 1900, Walther and Wilhelmina von Hallwyl begin a long journey to Egypt – join them!
Admission: SEK 90
Guided tour including admission: SEK 120
Children up to 19 years old: Admission free
Tuesday, Thursday–Sunday 12 am–4 pm
Wednesday12 am–7 pm
We at the Hallwyll Museum constantly work to improve the accessibility of the building and exhibitions.
The museum shop has an exciting range of products which reflect the fascinating world of the Hallwyl house.
Enter the home of Count and Countess Walther and Wilhelmina von Hallwyl, one of Stockholm's most eccentric and engaging museums. This palatial residence was built as a winter home for the immensely rich couple, completed in 1898.
Wilhelmina von Hallwyl (1844-1930) was the only child of the phenomenally successful timber-merchant Wilhelm Kempe.
Discover the fascinating story of the Hallwyl family and the magnificent home they created around the turn of the 19th century.