It is a very lovely place - beautiful rooms to admire, old clocks and books and different paintings.
About Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde
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A lovely museum well worth a visit depending on what exhibitions they have. It is situated in lovely surroundings and they also have a decent restaurant. If you feel like a walk, you can walk to a more central part of Djurgården or even all...More
Don't miss the opportunity to visit this museum. Interesting design-exhibitions in a really lovely setting at Djurgården in stockholm.
This nobleman and artist's house, art and gardens has a tidy little basement gallery with an exceptional collection of Miro paintings and sculptures. The house is charming and easy to walk through with open gallery rooms, nothing exceptional. An average tea room style restaurant provides...More
I thought it was small, we walked from skansen and it was nice walked but never the less long walk and to be honest I think there are other things more important to see, but if you are art freak then its a must
Waldemarsudde was hands down the museum I liked most in Stockholm. It combines Swedish art and architecture in a pastural setting overlooking the sea. Prepare to be charmed by the lovely interiors and great cafe. Allow time to walk the grounds and stop for tea....More
Please. If you are in Stockholm, visit this beautiful spot on earth. This is like Denmarks' Louisiana. A nice, huge house filled with art. Typical Swedish art. Very nice. Possibilty to get a "fika" or eat something. My suggestion is to take a walk from...More
This must be one of the hidden jewels to visit in Stockholm. Very good food, outside in the garden ( in the summer ) as well as inside. A very relaxing atmosphere.
Located on the island of Djurgården, Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde is the former home of Prince Eugen who was himself a painter and art patron. The stunning home is now a wonderful art gallery. The view over the water from the garden is simply stunning. Wonderful...More
Take the trip by the tram to Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde - the beautiful mansion - which also functions as a museum for special exhibits. The Miro exhibit is worth the trip - as is the mansion - and the original rooms where the prince lived..