The Christmas table is laid in the Fanny and Paul Sinebrychoff House Museum, where over a hundred years ago Christmas was spent in much the same style as today. The tables are set for Christmas in the style of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. The Museum has planned the arrangements in association with the Friends of the Sinebrychoff Art Museum.
In the House Museum, you can enjoy a nostalgic Christmas spirit and admire period furniture, rare artefacts, and Fanny and Paul Sinebrychoff’s extensive art collection, which has an emphasis on Old European masters.
In December, the Museum is home to Christmas events where you can learn more about the festive table settings and enjoy a warm atmosphere accompanied by music.