Thielska Galleriet (the Thiel Gallery) is an art museum beautifully located in a walled park on Blockhusudden at Djurgården in Stockholm. The building was created for the banker and art patron Ernest Thiel's (1859-1947) magnificent art collection from the turn of the 20th century, designed by the architect Ferdinand Boberg and completed in 1907. Since 1925, the Thiel Gallery has been a museum open to the public. Every year, the museum has several temporary exhibitions and events for both adults and children.
Your commitment to the Thiel Gallery is of great importance for the museum's operation. As a company or individual, you can support the museum in various ways:
Season ticket. Experience the Thiel Gallery all year round, buy the season ticket in the museum's webshop or on site in the museum. Visit the webshop here (only in Swedish)
The shop. Napkins, bookmarks, books, trays and other items with motifs from the museum's collections are available in the webshop and in our shop at the museum.
Guided tours. It is possible to book a guided tour of Ernest Thiel's art collection or our temporary exhibition's for a small group outside opening hours. Read more
Our conference room is a creative place for meetings and smaller conferences with the opportunity to order lunch / coffee and a tour of the museum.
It is also possible to join the the Thiel Gallery's friends' association, which gives free admission to the museum and other benefits.
Gift. Give a gift directly to the Thiel Gallery. Swish any amount to 1232 688 000. Write GIFT in the subject line.
For sponsorship support and donations, you are welcome to contact the museum director:
+46 (0)70 278 55 53