Gunnebo House in Gothenburg, was built in 1782–1796. The house was built by one of Sweden’s wealthiest merchants, John Hall, and was designed by the architect of the City of Gothenburg, Carl Wilhelm Carlberg. The Hall family was one of the leaders of The British Factory, an organization that was crucial for the foundation of Gothenburg’s wealth. The house’s architecture was inspired by the latest fashion from Paris, and the interiors are among the most renowned neoclassical rooms in Northern Europe.
The house is open all year round and has a café, restaurant, and a gift shop.