New exhibition about female artists and collectors in 17th Century Holland.
The house that time forgot...
Come visit one of Stockholm's most eccentric and engaging museums situated in the center of Stockholm.
Safe museum experience
We have been taken a number of measures to ensure that you as a visitor can safely enjoy the museum.
Hallwyl House is conveniently located in the centre of Stockholm at No 4 Hamngatan, off the square of Norrmalmstorg.
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.
We at the Hallwyll Museum constantly work to improve the accessibility of the building and exhibitions.
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.