especially if you have a couple of days to spend in the capital. Combine this with a walking tour around Djurgården.
About Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde
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residence for a Prince. Outside of Old Town Stockholm the architecture of Sweden leaves a lot to be desired. This is an example. It looks like a barn. The large clumsy rounded roof is out of proportion to the elegant angular bottom.
Well worth making the visit for the art, location and stunning flowers. An easy trip by tram. A nice cafe nearby.
One of Stockholm's nicest art museum is Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde on the royal island of Djurgården with a marvellous views over the town and the water. There is a big park, the museum and a nice restaurant and coffee shop. There is a great permanent...More
See How the Prince Lived by touring his house, but the real joy here is the grounds. We walked over from the town centre and then around the beautifully landscaped grounds. A long walk past the Tivoli and the Abba museum, but the quiet was...More
We took the number 7 tram to the end of the line and it was a great ride with lovely properties to look at on the way to Waldemarsudde. The house and art collection of Prins Eugens was small but perfect. Well worth a visit!
This is possibly the loveliest museum in Stockholm. The house itself is beautiful and both it and the galleries are full of fantastic paintings and objets d'art. If you visit on a nice day make sure to visit the pretty gardens for some lovely walks...More
We enjoy visiting home museums and look for them in our travels. This museum is unique in that it truly feels like a home. The Prince oversaw every detail of this, his dream home and studio. An accomplished artist in his own right, he surrounded...More
This is a lovely big mansion in a large, well kept, garden setting with water views. My husband went for a walk all around the property for an hour and enjoyed it very much. I went in to 'experience' the house, imagining what it was...More
It was so impressive to see the Prince's paintings and learn about him. But there is also an impressive collection of Anders Zorn paintings and etchings. The gardens and grounds are lovely.