On view: May 20 – August 28 2022
The Hallwyl Museum is a dream building in itself, and was created by Wilhelmina and Walther von Hallwyl. When the house was built between 1893 and 1898, the von Hallwyls took the opportunity to install the latest technology – showers, elevators, telephones, hot and cold running water. There was a skittles court, a billiard room and gymnasium as well as space for Wilhelmina’s extensive art collections. This dream home eventually became the Hallwyl Museum, which is a popular Stockholm destination for all the family.
Good to know before your visit
- Accessibility: To visit Building dreams, you need to go up stairs. There is no elevator in the museum.
- Wardrobe: Backpacks and outerwear is not allowed to bring in to the museum. Instead, backpacks and outerwear can be locked away for safekeeping in lockers that are adjacent to the entrance of the museum.
- Packed meal: Food and drink are not allowed in the museum. Hallwyl Restaurant is located in the courtyard of the museum and serves food.
- Strollers and prams: For evacuation reasons, it is not possible to bring a stroller/pram with you around the museum, however there are a few places for leaving strollers. The nearest place to lock prams is on Norrmalmstorg.