The Hallwyl Museum
39 locals recommend ·
About this place
Enter the home of Count and Countess Walther and Wilhelmina von Hallwyl, one of Stockholm's most eccentric and engaging museums. This palatial residence was built as a winter home for the immensely rich couple, completed in 1898.
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Absolutely favourite place to have a drink. Beautiful place located in a lovely courtyard. They offer good food to.
A museum in the middle of the city with a cozy court yard for lunch , dinner or just a coffee or a cocktail.
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“BEST halloumi burger I have ever tasted! Must try! FYI: their portions are small, and their fries aren't very good”
- 6 locals recommend
“Close, five minute walk down to Strandvägen. Excellent food and atmosphere on Strandvägen overlooking the water. Fun crowd and a local favorite. Excellent staff and sun all evening and afternoon if you get an outside table.”
- 5 locals recommend
“You cant get better croissants not pain au chocolate in Paris. If your like them greasy and nealy baked, this is the place to go”
- 10 locals recommend
“They´ve got Munch. And other of the most prominent nordic artists (19th century in particular). ”
- 1 local recommends
“Nordiska Galleriet is the place to shop here in Stockholm. You will find plenty of different international as well as national brands here. Most of them are pricy. You can also find food and cafes here.”
- 168 locals recommend