assaThe House Museum of Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff

The second floor of the museum is closed and will reopen on November 27, 2021.

The collections of the Sinebrychoff Art Museum include some of the most valuable and internationally important paintings by old European masters to be found in Finland. The collections have mainly been made up of donations. The unique house museum of Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff, a permanent exhibition on the 2nd floor makes up the core of the museum. The art collection of the Sinebrychoffs, including furniture and other artefacts was left to the Finnish government as a bequest in 1921.

Free admission!


Empire Room PDF >>

Gustavian Room PDF >>

Paul Sinebrychoff’s Study PDF >>

Dining Room PDF >>

Art Nouveau Cabinet PDF >>

History of the Museum Building

The building was one of the most important private houses in Helsinki and was opened as a house museum in 1921.

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The Sinebrychoff family

History of the Sinebrychoff family in Finland.

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Paul Sinebrychoff’s Letter Archive

The Paul Sinebrychoff’s letter archive website is provided in Finnish and Swedish only. The letter archive consists of letters written in 1895–1909.

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Virtual Tour of the Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff House Museum

The Empire Room, the Gustavian Room, the study and the dining room present a magnificent 1910 milieu, the house museum of Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff. The art collection of the Sinebrychoffs, which was the first collection of ”old masters” in Finland that was collected using specific criteria and expert evaluations, is on display in these rooms.

Virtual Tour

Paul’s Study

Learn more about the paintings in Paul Sinebrychoff’s study!

Visit Paul’s study