Villa Gyllenberg Tours

Set amid the idyllic greenery of Kuusisaari Island, the magnificent Villa Gyllenberg is one of Helsinki’s most beautifully situated museums. The historic 20th-century villa is the home of art collectors Signe and Ane Gyllenberg, and their impressive private art collection opens it doors to the public two days a week.

Inside, the gallery boasts around 400 pieces, mostly from Finnish artists and including everything from 16th century works by the old masters to modern art dating back to the 1970s.  Highlights include Isak Wacklin’s Portrait of a Man, a selection of surrealist paintings by Juhani Linnovara, and a collection of around 30 Helen Schjerfbeck works. The Villa also hosts temporary exhibitions and classic music concerts.

Practical Info

Villa Gyllenberg is located on Kuusisaari island in central Helsinki and is open Wednesdays from 4pm to 8pm, and Sundays from 12pm to 4pm. Adult admission is €10.
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Address: Kuusisaarenpolku 11, Helsinki, Finland
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Hours: Wed 4-8pm, Sun 12-4pm
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Admission: Adult €10, Child (under 15) free
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