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Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde, Stockholm
Categories: Art Museums, Nature & Parks, Museums
The former home of Prince Eugen, Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde today represents one of the most popular art museums in Sweden. The state acquired the property after Prince Eugen's death. It includes the gallery and mansion, built by Ferdinand Boberg in 1905, as well as the old house and linseed mill, built in the 1780s. Tour the museum's exhibitions, with paintings by Prince Eugen and pieces from his personal collection. Walk through the estate's parkland for views of old oak trees, the harbor, and sculptures from French and Swedish artists. Take a look at our Stockholm itinerary maker to schedule your visit to Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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Genoten van dit volledig ingericht en gemeubeld huis waar Prins Eugen verbleef en schilderde, en vooral vrienden-kunstenaars ontving. Mooie bloemen decoraties het hele jaar door. De wandeling daarheen... read more »Enjoyed this furnished house where Prince Eugen stayed and painted, and especially friends-artists received. Beautiful flower decorations throughout the year. The walk there by Djürgarden at all is worth it. Spacious parking.show original
En kort tur med Djurgårdsfärjan (ingår i SLs 24-timmarskort) tog oss till en vacker och fridfull park, full av fina planteringar och statyer. Perfekt att promenera omkring och njuta.A short tour by djurgårdsfärjan (included in SLs 24-hour card) took us to a beautiful and peaceful park, full of Nice plants and statues. Perfect to walk around and enjoy.show original
This is one of my favourite house museums in Stockholm. The waterfront location is idyllic - within the city but part of the beautiful Djurgården neighbourhood. It is easily reached by tram from the c... read more »
Very well stocked museum! The latest exposition I went to entitled "Magic Light" was astoundingly beautiful. The setting of the museum itself is also great, especially in the summer, as one can both precede and follow up a visit with a walk in Djurgården.
Very nice museum on Djurgarden showcasing Scandinavian art. The fact that it is located in a lovely building with a great garden and beautiful views of the Stockholm harbour makes the Waldemarsudde a must visit.
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Jordi BlancafortA Pearl over this huge national park that is the Djurgården. The House can seem irrelevant (which isn't much), but not the collection of works of art that includes neither the surprise of seeing a few paintings by the Prince of the same name, the vast majority of undeniable quality. Lose yourself in the gardens, there are corners that in summer are really inspiring, especially near the old oil mill.show original
Patrik HallbergA treat for the soul with art of the highest quality in environment that exudes style and class.show original
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