Photo: Finnish National Gallery / Arno de la Chapelle

Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff´s House Museum

360˚ virtual exhibition

The exhibition represents the art collectors´ home where you can feel the atmosphere of a luxurious bourgeois home of the early 20th century. Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff’s residence reflects their passion for art. 

About the exhibition

Fanny Sinebrychoff donated the art collection to the Finnish state in 1921. Paul and Fanny’s wish was to make their art treasures available for everyone to enjoy.  

 The Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff House Museum opened in its current form as an interior museum in 2002. The starting point for the restoration of the rooms facing Bulevardi was the desire to restore the atmosphere and the overall appearance of the building, which had been lost during the war and the subsequent repairs. The photographs taken by Signe Brander during a visit to the Sinebrychoffs in the 1910s were carefully studied and used as a model for the realization. 


Sinebrychoffin taidemuseo

Guided virtualtours

There are no guided tours at this location.

How to visit

  1. Entrance anywhere

    You can enjoy the exhibits anytime, anywhere.

  2. Experiences together

    You can also book a guided tour for your group and experience the exhibition with a guide.

  3. Every exhibition is unique

    In you will find exhibitions from various museums around Finland. All exhibitions can be visited free of charge, for some you can buy a more extensive admission or book a guided tour.