Millesgården is built on a clifftop on the island of Lidingö, which is a 20-minute drive away from downtown Stockholm and is the former residence of sculptor Carl Milles and his wife, artist Olga Milles. This spectacular location first opened its doors to the public in the late 1930s, and is one of Sweden's most unique tourist attractions, welcoming thousands of visitors every year.

Admire the stunning clifftop views

Built on a cliff which overlooks the strait of Värtan below, sightseers flock from all around the world to enjoy the serene, photogenic sculpture park, which features fountains, walkways, and lush greenery. The stunning scenery and dramatic backdrop create a breathtaking setting for the works of Carl Milles, Sweden’s most celebrated sculptor. Inside the art museum, visitors can view inspiring exhibitions, a pristine antiques collection, as well as taking time to observe the Milles’ art studios and former home. Other buildings at the location include a contemporary art hall, and a quaint woodland chapel.