Take the chance to see the world’s largest collection of Adriaen de Vries sculptures. The museum at Drottningholm has on display a unique collection of sculptures by the Dutch sculptor de Vries.
The collection of sculptures from Adriaen de Vries (1556–1626) can be seen at the old Dragoon Stables from the 1700s at Drottningholm.
The bronze sculptures, dating back to the beginning of the 1600s, were brought to Sweden as booty and were eventually placed in the Drottningholm Palace park.
Today these sculptures have been replaced by modern bronze casts and the originals can be seen at the Museum De Vries. The museum contains the world's largest collection of Adriaen De Vries' work.
Museum de Vries – theme day
The museum is open at the yearly de Vries theme day. Wander around on your own, listen to a pop-up tour and let the kids discover the sculptures with the activity trail.
The possibility to walk around the museum on your own will give you the opportunity to view and get to know the sculptures a little bit better. Pop-up tours will be held in Swedish and English. All children can borrow an activity trail with details to discover in the the sculptures.
Entry tickets to the theme day at the museum will be bougth at Drottningholm Visit Center or here at the web page.
Photo: Raphael Stecksén/Royalpalaces.se