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Reviewed July 10, 2019

A really lovely location and an interesting “other” view of the harbour . Beautiful house and gardens.
Gallery held some lovely exhibits.Not world famous artists but some real gens

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed July 5, 2019

Given good weather we wanted to be outdoors more than in, so opted to visit this art gallery which has nice waterside gardens. On arrival we opted to have lunch in the garden cafe first, which was good. As with all art galleries, it's a matter of personal taste but there were some fine watercolours on the ground floor and some excellent sculptures also. From a personal perspective I didn't much like the work on other floors. This was Prince Eugen's home as well, and some of the palace rooms are very attractive indeed. You can get there by bus from the city centre or a combination of ferry and bus and I guess, if you wish, you could cycle there. From here you can walk further round the peninsular beside the sea. We got as far as Blockhaus, where there is a nice cafe. Then the bus back to central Stockholm

Date of experience: June 2019
Thank ChristineR513
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Reviewed June 17, 2019

We visited there and went to the temporary art exhibition as well. This is set in beautiful grounds and close to the waters edge

Date of experience: June 2019
Thank HazellC2
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Reviewed May 28, 2019

I took the No 7 tram to the end of the line to Waldermarsudde. This was the former home of Prince Eugen and now a most popular art gallery and musuem.There was a short walk by the sea and through the gardens to the main entrance passing a group of children having an art lesson in the sunshine. To the left is the Gallery housing many of the Princes collection of paintings as well as some of his own. No tourists but a group of local ladies enjoying a talk. There is a short corridor then stairs up to the Mansion. Here the rooms have been kept as they were in the Princes day. Lots of wonderful furniture, paintings, light fittings and many plants and floral arrangements.The cafe was busy too serving pastries and light lunches.So different and more relaxing than some of the other much visited museums - a little gem!

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed May 18, 2019

Easily reached by a tram from the center,this elegant museum was the home of the royal prince and painter,Prince Eugen.Special exhibitions are often of great interest.

Date of experience: May 2019
Thank Fredrik N
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