“Our breadth is our strength,” says Karin Sidén, museum director at Prins Eugen’s Waldemarsudde. “Our programme is rich and varied, with exhibitions including some of the western world’s most renowned pieces of art, as well as a constant stream of big and exciting Swedish and Scandinavian names. But then the environment is also just fabulous – we have concerts and children’s activities, and the feeling of enjoying a cup of coffee outside the café croft is beyond compare. The experience exists thanks to Prince Eugen, son of King Oscar II and Queen Sofia, who wrote in his will in 1947 that his buildings, art and green areas were to be not only preserved, but made accessible.