Welcome to the beautiful Millesgården!
Millesgården was the home of the sculptor Carl Milles and comprises a studio, sculpture park and art gallery.

The most significant works of this internationally reputed artist can be found here and, in the Large Studio, visitors can see how Milles worked on creating his sculptures.

Carl Milles’ art collection, which includes artefacts and sculptures from classical times and the Middle Ages, is unique, as are the beautiful mosaics and décor that he created in his home. Modern and contemporary art by Swedish and international artists is on show in the Art Gallery, opened in 1999 on the Lower Terrace.

Anne’s house, the home of Olga and Carl Milles during the 1950s, still has its original furnishings, designed by Estrid Ericson and Josef Frank of Svenskt Tenn.

Millesgården has a well assorted museum shop where you can find the famous Milles flower pot and a selection of small bronze copies of Carl Milles’ sculptures.

The restaurant, fully licensed, serves lunches, refreshments and home-baked specialities.

Communications: Underground (T-bana) to Ropsten, then bus 201, 202, 204-206 or 212 to Torsvik. The Lidingö train also goes from Ropsten. Get off at Torsvik or Baggeby. Public transport from the central station takes about 15 minutes.

Contact: Randy Jämtlid,
randy.jamtlid@millesgarden.se, Tel +46 8 446 75 89 or +46 70 56 0 09 03.
Herserudvägen 32, Lidingö, Stockholm

Welcome to Millesgården!