Sculpture Walk in Stockholm City

The meeting point for the Stockholm City walk sets the scene for this walk: the controversial fountain by Carl Eldh at the corner of Grev Turegatan/Birger Jarlsgatan, hated and loved in equal measure. Monuments and memorials have always raised questions and created debate. In Stockholm City they have also served as basis for regeneration of entire areas.

The sculpture walk through Stockholm City will lead us to Stockholm’s historically most famous and controversial sculptures and monuments: Eldh’s Fountain, the Wallenberg Monument, Molin’s Fountain and King Charles XII in Kungsträdgården, to name a few. Works by the most renowned artists, such as Carl Eldh, Carl Milles, Christian Eriksson, Sivert Lindblom, Kirsten Ortwed and Marie-Louise Ekman can be found here. Rediscover the most talked about public works of today and yesterday – and learn how time can change our views.

This walk starts at the corner of Grev Turegatan/Birger Jarlsgatan and continues past the Royal Dramatic Theatre to Berzeli Park and Kungsträdgården, finishing at Gustav Adolfs torg.

Meeting Point at Eldh’s Fountain, corner of Grev Turegatan /Birger Jarlsgatan, nearest underground stop Östermalmstorg, exit Stureplan.

Duration: Approximately 1.5 hours.



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Lögebodavägen 10
Bellevueparken,
Stockholm

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