Visit the house with a guided tour

During summer 2021 the rooms in the House will form the backdrop to the Treasures of the East Indies exhibition which will relate the history of the Swedish East India Company and Gothenburg’s emergence as a centre for trade through a number of unique objects. How did trade with East Asia affect people’s lifestyles, social conduct and artistic expression? And who actually was the internationally known public figure and Gothenburger William Chambers?

The exhibition is open to the public on guided round tours at set times but can also be booked for group visits. Gunnebo follows the restrictions in place because of the pandemic and the number of visitors will be limited to the permitted amount. It’s easy to maintain a safe distance in the House.

Please note that the tours are offered in Swedish. However, should you like to hear parts of it in English, please tell the guide before the tour starts.

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GUIDED TOUR – TREASURES OF THE EAST INDIES

29 May- 20 June


Saturdays and Sundays
non 45 min
1pm 45 min
2pm 45 min
extra guidad tours on 29 – 30 May at  12.30, 1.30 pm and 3.30pm

26 June – 15 August


Every day:
noon 45 min
1pm 45 min
2pm 45 min

21 August– 26 September


Saturdays and Sundays:
noon 45 min
1pm 45 min
2pm 45 min

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Guided tours in the autumn and winter



Welcome to Gunnebo House, one of the most complete 18th century estates in Scandinavia. The tour takes you through the building and brings the fascinating story of the rise and fall of the Hall family to life. If not specified below, the tour is given in Swedish. We provide an information booklet to borrow, available in English, German, French and Russian. You are only allowed access to the House with a tour guide. Tickets are purchased in the gift shop in the north wing (open from 11 am). The tours are given in cooperation with Folkuniversitetet

1 October – 30 December


Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays:
1pm (45 minutes)
2pm (45 minutes)
No tours on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, New Years eve and 1th of January.