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The museum Ett Hem is a reconstruction displaying the late 19th and early 20th century interiors of a now demolished house at Hameenkatu in Turku. The owner of the house Alfred Jacobsson made a career as an industrial entrepeneur, while his wife...more
The exhibition shows home of bourgeois family living in the late19th century. The museum is very cosy and interesting, shows collection of art and furnishes in various styles. This place is definitely more enjoyable for women.
This lovely museum displays collections of art and furnishings in various styles. The collection of paintings and decorative artworks is stunning. There are seven rooms to be explored, each room is full of beautiful objects, paintings and decorative details.The two gems I enjoyed the most...More
If you love beautiful home decor some 100 years back in time, this place is a little gem!
If a guided tour is available (they are free), I recommend it.
The whole neighborhood around the museum is charming - yet little visited by tourists.
'Ett Hem' merchant museum is mainly open early May - late September, as well as December - early January for Christmas exhibition. Other times of the year open on appointment for groups mainly.
All the belongings in this home is from Alfred & Hélène Jacobsson's...More