Carl Eldhs Ateljémuseum

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, located on a rocky hill with a view over the lake Brunnsviken, you’ll find the old studio of Swedish sculptor Carl Eldh, which is now a beautiful museum. Here you can admire hundreds of his sculptures in a unique wooden building from 1919.
If you arrive when they open, you can enjoy the place all by yourself. There is something magical about being in silence in this place, almost like a church, you can feel the vibrant energy of years of history amongst the cracking floors.
Lögebodavägen 10, Stockholm


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