NOBA Nordic Baltic contemporary art platform

In 1905 Prince Eugen’s home at Waldemarsudde was ready for him to move in to. The ground floor, was the more official part of the home and included the public rooms consisting of a hall,dining room, drawing room, flower room, library and study. In these rooms Prince Eugen’s own paintings are displayed alongside art from his collection. Together with the room furnishings, which saw the Prince mixing old and new with inherited and bought pieces, an individual home with an individual style was created. The prince’s Private Apartment remain largely as it was during the prince’s lifetime and are today open to the public.

Gallery name: Waldemarssude

Address: Prins Eugens väg 6, Djurgården, Stockholm

Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11:00 - 17:00

Open: 02.06.2020 - 02.06.2021