The Sinebrychoff Art Museum is specialising in old European art, located on Bulevardi, next to a large park.
The collections of the Sinebrychoff Art Museum include paintings by old European masters from the 14th Century until the 1850s, including the only Rembrandt on display in Finland, ‘Monk Reading’.
The Sinebrychoff family house, The Sinebrychoff Art Museum, still exhibits the art collection of Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff in the 1890. The unique home museum on the second floor is styled like the palaces of European collectors, filled with carefully hung paintings, art objects, porcelain, silver and furniture. The museum is a part of the Finnish National Gallery.
The second floor of the museum is closed and will reopen on November 27, 2021.