Museum & art

The museum in the Manor’s main building is closed at the moment due to renovation. The museum will open to the public in the spring of 2021.

A museum displaying Amos Anderson’s art collection and personal history has been operating at the main building of Söderlångvik since 1965. Discover Amos’ impressive life, comprehensive collection and our changing exhibitions.


The manor’s art collection consists mainly of works that have been there ever since Amos Anderson’s time: approximately a hundred paintings, sculptures and graphics. In Anderson’s private collections there are 250 works of art. Several artists from Turku, e.g. Edwin Lyden, Aarne Niinivirta and Teodor Schalin are represented. Also some of Sigrid Schauman’s, Lennart Segerstråle’s and Marcus Collin’s works are included.


In the winter and spring of 2019-2020 the exhibition Slow Photo – Camera Obscura by photo artist Hans G. Hästbacka, is shown at Café Söderlångvik.

In his projects with Camera obscura, Hans G. Hästbacka practices experimental photography. He studies the changeability of nature and the landscape with the help of the mode of expression’s need for time. Hästbacka strives for the primitive and simple by constructing pinhole cameras of everyday materials and objects. With these cameras he captures the light and movement in different environments.

Carriage museum

In the building of old carriages you will find some of the manor’s old horse carriages and working tools.

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