Hallwyl Museum and its collection

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The Hallwyl Museum (Hallwylska museet) is a Swedish national museum housed in a historic building in central Stockholm. The building, Hallwyl Palace (Hallwylska palatset), was built in 1893-1898 to the design of Isak Gustaf Clason for Count Walther von Hallwyl and his wife Wilhelmina to house the countess' office and extensive art collection. The countess collected her works of art during her world travels and founded the museum after which, in 1920 the palace was donated to the Swedish state, a decade before her death. T Hallwyl collection exhibited in the Hallwyl Museum contains around 50,000 objects.

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Hallwyl Museum
Hamngatan 4
111 47 Stockholm

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Opening hours

September - December
Tuesday - Friday
12 am - 4 pm
Wednesday 12 am - 7 pm
Saturday - Sunday
11 am -5 pm
Monday closed

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0+Free

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Location & Map

Hamngatan 4, Stockholm

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