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Guided Sculpture Walks

The Carl Eldh Studio Museum is arranging its popular guided sculpture walks again during the 2018 Summer season (April-October). The walks are centred on several different themes in different parts of Stockholm. Our knowledgeable guides show you the striking monuments of Norrmalm or the public works of Stockholm City, rich in symbolism and controversy. On the walk through Vasastan you will discover works characterised by the urbanisation and the belief in the future of the post war era, and in Kungsholmen you will encounter sculptures that encourage both play and relaxation. The sculpture tour in Djurgården focuses on the image of history that prevailed during the turn of the last century and the walk in Södermalm presents public art where the artistic qualities have played a greater role in the selection and placement of sculptures than elsewhere in Stockholm city. In Östermalm we offer two sculpture tours, the first is aimed at children and focuses on the question, What is a sculpture? The other tour is centred on the public sculptures in Östermalm which were often received by two extremes, some were to become the subject of public outcry remaining long after the artist’s lifetime and others were to become ignored and forgotten.

Sculpture walks

Prices
Private tours:
Weekdays: SEK 2,500:-
Evenings (after 4.30pm) or Weekends: SEK 3,400:-

90 minutes and max 30 per group

Private tours for children:
Children (4-11 years)
Weekdays: SEK  1000:-
Weekends: SEK 1,500:-

60 minutes and max 25 per group

Schools (6-11 years)
Weekdays (until 4.30pm): SEK 1,000:-

60 minutes and max 25 per group.

Schools (12-18 years)
Weekdays (until 4.30pm): SEK 1,500:-

90 minutes and max 30 per group.

Tours in other languages but Swedish: A surcharge of SEK 400:- per tour.

Public tours (Swedish only):
Adults: SEK 120:- per person
Students/Pensioners: SEK 100:- per person
Children (0-15 years): Free

Public tours for children:
Children: (4-11 years): SEK 60:- per person
Accompanying adults: Free

60 minutes and max 25 per group

The public guided walks usually take place on weekends in April-June and August-October. Please check our advertisements in the daily press and in the Current section on this website for details.

Weather
Walks are not cancelled due to rain, in other words dress according to weather.

Reservations
For more information or to book, please call the museum on+46 (0)8 612 65 60, alternatively email info@eldhsatelje.se.

 

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Opening hours
Tuesday-Sunday 12-4 pm. Public guided tour in English at 1.30 pm. Other times, group tours by appointment and collaborative events, see current and other events for more information.

Visiting address
Lögebodavägen 10
Bellevueparken,
Stockholm

Postal address
Carl Eldhs Ateljémuseum
Lögebodavägen 10
SE-113 47 STOCKHOLM

Telephone
+46-(0)8-612 65 60

Website and e-mail 
www.eldhsatelje.se
info@eldhsatelje.se