A historically dressed person sitting in one of the rooms at the Hallwyl Museum, opening an Easter egg.
Visit the museum during the Easter break. Photo: Ola Myrin, Hallwyl Museum/SHM.
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Easter in the palace

Welcome to the Hallwyl Museum during Easter! We offer Easter holiday activities for the whole family – watch the puppet theater about Little Red Riding Hood and the wolf or participate in the palace's egg hunt. Additionally, the dining room is adorned with table sculptures and spring flowers signed by the artist Charlotte Birnbaum.
The sculpture decoration is displayed: March 15 to April 7

Easter decoration in the Palace

During Easter time, Charlotte Birnbaum presents new table sculptures in the dining room at the Hallwyl Museum. The table is filled with eggs, spring flowers, and hope for brighter times.

Purchase an entrance ticket to see the Easter sculptures.

Hens and eggs.
See Charlotte Birnbaum's table sculptures in the museum's dining room. Photo: Ola Myrin, Hallwyl Museum/SHM.
Tuesday-Sunday, March 30 to April 7 (during regular opening hours)

Egg hunt in the palace

It's Easter, and somewhere in the Hallwyl Palace, there are hidden eggs. Can you find them all? Welcome to the egg hunt at the museum!

Recommended age approximately 5-10 years.

You don't need to pre-book the activity.

Sunday, March 31 at 13:00

Housemaid Anna tells stories (in Swedish)

A dramatized play adventure that takes you on a journey back in time. The maid Anna needs help preparing the feast dinner but can't resist showing the children around.

Recommended age from 6 years old.

Buy Tickets on Tickster

The Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood.
Watch the puppet theater Where's the Wolf - Another Little Red Riding Hood.
Friday, April 5, at 13:00 and 14:30 (duration 30 minutes)

Where's the Wolf? – Another Little Red Riding Hood (in Swedish)

Where's the Wolf? – Another Little Red Riding Hood" is an untamed one-man show in typical hand puppet tradition inspired by the popular English hand puppets "Punch and Judy" as well as the traditional traveling puppeteers who have been roaming from place to place in Europe since medieval times.

Family show recommended from age 4 and up.

About the puppet theater and booking

The puppet theater is a collaboration with:

Logo: Marionetteatern Kulturhuset Stadsteatern
Sunday, April 7 at 13:00

Visiting Grandma's palace (in Swedish)

Join us on a discovery journey at home with Walther and Wilhelmina von Hallwyl and their servants. What was it like to live and work in Stockholm's most modern house 100 years ago, and what happened when the grandchildren came to visit? How were you expected to behave? Where were you allowed to play, and with whom? The tour is aimed at children accompanied by an adult/adults.

Recommended age from 6 years old.

About the family guided tour and booking

Tuesday-Sunday, March 30 to April 7 (during regular opening hours)


Visit our playroom equipped with a kitchen, dining room, and smoking room, ready to be occupied by small-scale gentlemen and servants. It is free to visit the playroom.

A visit to the playroom is included in the entrance fee.

Visit the museum with children

Tuesday-Sunday, March 30 to April 7 (during regular opening hours)

Audio guides for Children

Just how did Wilhelmina and Walther von Hallwyl, Sweden’s richest couple, live a hundred years ago? And what about all those who worked in the palace, their servants? You will hear all about this in the recorded audio tour, which also explains how each room in the house was used. The family recorded audio tour is recommended from 6 years of age, but is suitable for any age.

Pris audioguide

Adult: SEK 20
Children up to 18 years of age: free of charge

About the audio guides

Easter in the shop!

Welcome into the shop and buy a Easter gift.

Before your visit

Prices and tickets, as well as useful things to consider before your visit

Admission fees

  • Regular admission: SEK 120 (retirees and students)
  • Free admission for children and youth aged 0-18.

Information for your visit

  • Wardrobe: It is not allowed to bring jackets or bags into the museum. There are lockers in the museum entrance.
  • Food and beverages: It is not allowed to bring food and beverages into the museum.
  • Strollers: Due to safety reasons, strollers are not allowed inside the museum. The nearest place to secure strollers is at Norrmalmstorg.

Plan your visit


The Hallwyl Museum has five floors, but unfortunately, no elevator. The only way around the museum is via stairs. The number of steps varies depending on where you want to go in the house. If you want to take a guided tour of the house, it means at least 103 steps up and down.

About accessibility in the palace

Hallwyl museum online

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

Photo: Jens Mohr, the Hallwyls Museum/SHM (CC BY).