Hallwylska museet

Hallwylska museet is a historical building in the heart of Stockholm on Hamngatan 4, in front of Berzelii Park. This palatial residence was built as a winter home for the immensely rich couple of Count Walther von Hallwyl & his wife Wilhelmina in 1898. It now contains the extensive art collection of the Countess that span from the Bronze Age to 19th century bourgeoisie jewelry used in Napoleon’s crowning as an Emperor.

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This magnificent patrician house contains one of Sweden’s largest assemblages of art, porcelain & antique furniture in a lavishly decorated array of luxurious dining & smoking rooms, salons & billiard & weapon rooms. Hallwyl House is conveniently located in the centre of Stockholm at No 4 Hamngatan, off the square of Norrmalmstorg. The nearest subway station is Östermalmstorg (Stureplan exit). More