Sculpture Walk in Norrmalm

Starting at Carl Eldh’s striking Strindberg monument The Titan in Tegnérlunden, we proceed through an area that was Stockholm’s sculptural centre for two centuries. Many famous and less well known sculptors gathered and trained here, the home of academies, foundries and studios.

The walk includes the most impressive monuments of Norrmalm, such as Carl Eldh’s sculpture of Hjalmar Branting (the ”father” of socialism in Sweden), at Norra Bantorget, The Orpheus Fountain at Hötorget by Carl Milles and the monumental Cristall-Vertical Accent by Edvin Öhrström at Sergels Torg. But we also take you ”off the beaten track” to look at other kinds of sculpture – reliefs, ornamental façades, portraits and ornaments. Often created by less known and ornamental sculptors who were not chosen for the larger, more prestigious commissions, these works still adorn many buildings all over Stockholm.

This walk starts in Tegnérlunden and continues past Norra Bantorget and Hötorget, finishing at Sergels Torg.

Meeting Point at The Titan by Carl Eldh, Tegnérlunden, nearest underground stop Rådmansgatan, exit Tegnérgatan.

Duration: Approximately 1.5 hours.

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

Visiting address
Lögebodavägen 10

Postal address
Carl Eldhs Ateljémuseum
Lögebodavägen 10

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