Carl Milles'villas and gardens are impressive, and here he can better appreciate his artistic vision and get a glimpse of his family life (such as furniture, environment). Even if you don't like art, at least some sculptures will be visually interesting, and the villa garden is a pleasant place to walk around - they are not that big. Museums rotate art exhibitions of other artists'works in gallery space. You can find information on the website or look at many banners all over the city. During the visit, we saw the works of two Swedish artists, Lars Johnsson (painter) and Kent Ullberg (sculptor), as the common theme of birds and animals in this exhibition. The garden fountain doesn't know why it doesn't open. Is it bad?
Originally the home of the sculptor Millers, it has now become his sculpture park. Most of the sculptures here are bronze sculptures, with the theme of European myths and stories, depicting the image of many mythical figures. The lines of sculpture are concise and clear. The bold and bold works are absolutely excellent works of sculpture and casting.
Millers Sculpture Park is located on the northeastern island of Reading. Carl Millers, a famous Swedish sculptor, bought the hillside beside the Bay in 1906 and built villas and creation rooms there. After his death, Millers was established as a museum, exhibiting the sculptor's works of art and his extensive collection of ancient Greek and Roman sculptures, including Chinese tri-colored Tang Dynasty and Ming Dynasty stone sculptures. The garden is very quiet.
The whole Stockholm city can be seen on the hillside here. The scenery is super beautiful. Free visits are available under the age of 19.
Originally a private residence, it is now open to visitors with rich exhibits and is worth visiting.
Hido's collection and products are on display here.
The Millers Garden was originally the private home of the sculptor Carl Millers, who died and was opened as a museum to display the works of art Millers created in his lifetime. All kinds of exaggerated creative inspiration are entrusted to the vivid sculpture, as if they are being personified.