Painting from the Hallwyl Museum's collection.
Pomona was a beautiful protectress of gardens, orchards and ripening fruits. The painting can be seen in the billiard room of the Hallwyl Museum on the main floor. Photo: de Vriendt "Floris", Frans, Hallwyl museum/SHM (PDM).

Artsy summer at the Hallwyl museum

Naivism from the forests of Northern Sweden and sculptures from the coast of China. This summer, the Hallwyl Museum, is showcasing two exhibitions featuring the artists Lim-Johan and Torsten Jurell. Also visit the museum's unique collection of Dutch and Flemish 17th-century art in the gallery at the top floor of the house.
Guided tours 1 June to 31 August

Museum tour in English

Join us on a guided tour of the Hallwyl Museum, where the turn of the 20th century is in focus. Learn about the history of the house and the collections. Let us tell you about the von Hallwyl family and the servants in the house. During the guided tour, we visit the museum's three floors. Without a guided tour ticket, you can only visit two floors of the house.

Date and time July 1 - August 18

Every Tuesday-Sunday 12:00 and 14:00.

Buy tickets to the guided tours

Tuesday-Sunday, June 1- August 31

Visit the museum when it suits you!

Explore Hallwyl Museum's fantastic environment and history wherever you are. We offer digital guided tours, lectures and much more.

Visit remotely

Digital tour of the Hallwyl palace

Join a digital tour of the various rooms of the Hallwyl house.

The exhibitions are displayed all summer, from June 1 to August 31.

Summer exhibitions

During the summer, two different exhibitions are displayed at the museum. Admission to the museum and exhibitions costs SEK 120. Tickets are purchased on-site at the museum.

Exhibition about beloved naive artist Lim-Johan

The artist Johan Erik Olsson (1865–1944), better known as Lim-Johan, is considered one of our foremost naïve artists. Experience Lim-Johan's painting, woodcarving, and photography.

A painting of two people sitting outside in a garden and drinking coffee.
Photo: Helena Bonnevier, Hallwyl museum/SHM.

The Fish in the Sky

The artist Torsten Jurell exhibits at the Hallwyl Museum this spring with his ceramics inspired by Chinese mythology.

The mythological creature 'Qilin' interpreted in blue glazed porcelain.
The mythological creature 'Qilin' interpreted by Torsten Jurell in glazed porcelain. Photo: Torsten Jurell.
Children and families

The Hallwyl Museum for children

Bring the whole family and visit us in the summer holidays! We offer both guided tours and activities you can do on your own.

Four children standing and looking at a horse statue on display at the Hallwyl Museum.
Photo: Ola Myrin, Hallwyl museum/SHM.

Audio guides for the whole family

We offer audio guides in several languages for both children and adults.

Prices and about the museum's audio guide


Visit our playroom, which has a kitchen, dining room and smoking room, all ready for nobility and servants in a smaller format. Visiting the playroom is free of charge.

Plan visit with children

Opening hours during summer

July 1 - August 18

Tuesday - Sunday: 11.00 - 18.00

Entrance and tickets

Entrance to the museum costs SEK 120. Ordinary guided tours cost SEK 170 including entrance. Free entrance for children up to and including 18.

Flourish in the shop!

Visit the shop at Hamngatan 4. We offer a range of our own products linked to Wilhelmina von Hallwyl’s interesting collections.

Photo: Ola Myrin, Hallwyl museum/SHM.