The Lönnström Home Museum is located on a hillside that slopes gently to the sea. The first floor of the stone villa houses the Lönnström family’s living spaces, ballroom and Rafael Lönnström’s study. Upstairs you can admire Teresia’s bedroom and from the guestroom window take in the view over Kappelinsalmi sound. In the Lönnströms’ day, the house was surrounded by a large garden, today it is a park.
The lavish interior reflects Teresia Lönnström’s taste and interests, but she also kept many mementoes of her husband, Rafael, in their original locations, especially in his study, also known as the Captain’s Room.
Teresia was an art collector, and the walls of the house are adorned with paintings from the golden age of Finnish art up to the 1960s. Among the gems are Antignano, Elin Danielson-Gambogi’s painting of an Italian village of the same name, as well as works by Ferdinand von Wright, Oscar Kleineh and Pekka Halonen.