Prince Eugen´s Waldemarsudde

Sweden's most beautiful art museum

Waldemarsudde was originally the home of Prince Eugen (1865-1947), and is now one of Sweden’s most highly visited art museums. Prince Eugen was one of the most accomplished landscape painters of his time and an important collector, mainly of Swedish art. The collections comprise around 7,000 works, and include paintings, sculpture and artefacts.

A selection of Prince Eugen’s own work is displayed throughout the year, while the museum also displays works from the collections and temporary exhibitions.

A beautiful park, glorious with its flowers and sculptures, surrounds the museum.


Prins Eugens väg 6,  Stockholm

+46 (0)8-545 837 00

Sigrid Hjertén – A Masterly Colourist

Prince Eugen´s Waldemarsudde

Ongoing — 2018-08-19      

Sigrid Hjertén (1885–1948) is a front figure of the Swedish Modernist avantgarde. The exhibition features a large number of her works from the 1910s and up to her critically-acclaimed breakthrough in the 1930s.

Paula Modersohn-Becker and the Worpswede Painters

Prince Eugen´s Waldemarsudde

2018-09-15 — 2019-01-27      

The first extensive Swedish exhibition to focus on the expressive paintings by the members of the artist colony in Worpswede around 1900.

Helene Schmitz – Thinking like a Mountain

Prince Eugen´s Waldemarsudde

2018-10-06 — 2019-02-17      

Helene Schmitz is one of Sweden’s most successful art photographers. The exhibition presents a series of recent works on the theme of exploiting natural resources in Sweden and Iceland.

The Painter as a Photographer

Prince Eugen´s Waldemarsudde

2018-10-06 — 2019-02-17      

For various reasons, many artists were avid photographers around 1900. In this exhibition some 100 photographs are shown.