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Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde, Stockholm

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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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  • We are regular visitors to Stockholm. We saw Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde on a recent program about Scandinavian art and decided to visit on our next trip. Its well worth the visit. Its situated on the ...  more »
  • Such a beautiful place to visit. The interior and grounds were filled with many beautiful art pieces. A perfect little outdoor Café nearby for Fika was a bonus. Must go back! 
  • A museum located in unique environment relatively centrally located in Stockholm. To experience a home with Art o furniture, while having separate interesting exhibitions are good.
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  • Beautiful and calm. The place I liked the most in Stockholm. Since I did not enjoy the crowd in the center city and travel spots, this place was the place exactly I was looking for.
  • You can take the tram from Segels Torg to get here, it is a nice place to enjoy city views. You can also visit the museum.
  • Great gardens. The audio tour was helpful for context.
  • Beautiful location, interesting and well planned exhibitions.
  • 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.