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Prince Eugene Waldemarsudde

Local name: Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde

Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde is a state art gallery on the island of Djurgården in Stockholm. It is housed in two buildings - the former villa belonging to Prince Eugene, built in 1905 and the Gallery, added in 1913. Both buildings were designed by Ferdinand Boberg.

The collection of the gallery includes about 7,000 exhibits, mainly Swedish art. They include collections of paintings and sculptures, as well as drawings, sketches and graphics. Among the collected works you can also see pictures painted by the prince himself, who was one of the leading landscape painters of his era.

The complex is situated in a picturesque park with a collection of sculptures. They include works by Swedish sculptors, including Carl Milles, Carl Eldh and Bror Hjorth, and French sculptors, incl. Antoine Bourdelle and Auguste Rodin. The Prince Eugene Oak, considered to be the oldest tree on the island, also grows in the park.


Attractions inside

    Prince Eugene Waldemarsudde map
    Prins Eugens Väg 6115 21 Stockholm , Sweden