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Akerby Sculpture Park
S-719393 Nora
Tel: +46 (0) 587 910 88

Situated on two small islands on the Fasjon Lake in the region of Bergslagen, this sculpture park exhibits a growing collection of interventions and sculptural works produced by national and international artists. During the summer the gallery, shop and cafe are open and visitors can enjoy taking a swim in the lake.  

Open daily from 11am till 5pm. Admission is charged.


Galleri Astley Sculpture Park
739 92 Skinnskatteberg
Tel: +46 222-32120 / 32044

There are around 20 works in Galleri Astley’s Sculpture Park, including totem pole structures by Don Yeomans and granite sculptures by Japanese artist Takashi Naraha.

Open Monday to Friday, 10am till 6pm, weekends from 11am till 5pm.


Konst pa Hog (Art on the Hill)

Konst pa Hog or ‘Art on the Hill’ is changing exhibition of artworks on the hilltop of Kumla, Sweden.

If travelling by car the exhibition is open from June 1 to August 31, 10:00 - 20:00. In April and September it is only open Saturdays and Sundays opening hours 10:00 - 17:00. You can still visit "Konst på hög" when it is closed but you need to park your car outside the gate and walk up the steep steps to the top.


Kullaberg Nature Reserve

Founded by Swedish artist Lars Vilks in 1996 as an alternative area or nation, Ladonia occupies 1 km-squared of the Kullaberg Nature Reserve in Skane. Artworks were created here by Vilks since 1980, however since no permission was sought for the creation of  the works a battle commenced between the authorities, who wanted to remove them, and Vilks who was backed by several other renowned artists and cultural colleagues who supported the right to create these works.

Today there are a number of permanent pieces to view, in addition to a temporary sculpture biennial.

Ladonia is open to the public, free of charge.


Herserudsvägen 32
Lidingo, Stockholm
Tel: +46 8 446 75 90 or +46 8 446 75 80

Over 160 sculptures by Swedish artist Carl Milles in addition to his collection of classical sculptures are on display in the garden of the former home of the artist.

Open daily from 10am till 5pm.


Moderna Museet
Tel: + 46 (0)8 5195 5200

On an island in a park like setting is a small but spectacular sculpture park. At the entry is Alexander Calder's "Four Elements" is a hybrid stablile/mobile, tall enough for visitors to easily pass under it. Near the woods and water is a joint work by Jean Tinguely and Niki de Saint-Phalle. Other artists in the outdoor collection include Carl Nesjar, Ulrich Rückriem, Dan Graham and Per Kirkeby.

Open Tuesday from 10am till 8pm, and Wednesday to Sunday from 10am till 6pm. Closed Mondays. Admission is charged.


Umedalen Sculpture Park
Aktrisgrand 34   
S-903 64 Umea
Tel: +46(0)90 144990   

Established in 1994 by Galleri Andersson Sandström and the real estate company Balticgruppen, Umedalen Skulptur is situated on an area 40 000 metre-squared. The growing collection in the sculpture park include works by Miroslaw Balka, Louise Bourgeois, Tony Cragg, Anthony Gormley, Anish Kapoor and Clay Ketter.

The sculpture park is open all day, every day. Free entrance.


Vastertorp Sculpture Park

This sculpture park in the town of Vastertorp displays granite and bronze figurative sculptures by artists such as Pye Engstrom, Ivar Johnsson, Liss Eriksson and Eric Grate.


The Wanas Foundation
SE - 289 21 Knislinge
Tel: +46 44 660 71

Over 40 site specific monumental sculptures and conceptual artworks are exhibited in the park surrounding the medieval castle, barn and stables at the Wanas Foundation. Artists include Antony Gormley, Dan Graham, Jenny Holzer, Per Kirkeby, and Maya Lin.

The park is open every day all year around 8 am-7 pm. The buildings are open from 11am till 5pm on certain days seasonally. Check website for exact dates and details. Admission is charged.



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Wanas Foundation, Knislinge, Sweden

Wanas Foundation, Knislinge, Sweden

Moderna Museet, Stokholm, Sweden

Moderna Museet, Stokholm, Sweden

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