Free entry to Gustav III’s Pavilion with the Stockholm Pass

Gustav III’s Pavilion

Stockholm Pass Benefits:

Free entry to Gustav III’s Pavilion
Normal Price: Adult: SEK 100, Child (7-17) SEK 50

Visit the beautiful Gustav III's Pavilion at Haga Park, nicknamed Haga's little castle; a great example of Northern European Neo-Classicism of the late 18th century. The pavilion was finished in 1792 and became a retreat for King Gustav III, who commissioned artist Louis Masreliez, the trendsetting interior designer of the time, to decorate it for him.

During the summer you can visit the Pavilion and join in a guided tour and learn more about its history and admire the period furniture and other items and décor still on display. Visitors can also admire the breath-taking setting of the national park, open meadow spaces and rich woodlands, inspired by classic English landscape

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Some of the finest Gustavian interiors in Sweden
  • The Mirror Room
  • Alexander Roslin’s painting of Henry IV of France

DID YOU KNOW

  • It was from the Pavilion at Haga that Gustav III set off for the fateful masked ball at the Stockholm Opera in March 1792.
  • The restorations of Haga in the 1940s almost singlehandedly saved Lyon’s silk industry, providing the first major order of silk after the Second World War.
  • Crown Princess Victoria was given the right of disposal of Haga Palace in conjunction with her wedding to Prince Daniel, and this is now their home.

THINGS TO SEE

  • The Park
  • The Copper Tents
  • The Castle Ruins
  • Haga Palace

How to get there:

    Bus: 515 from Odenplan
    Subway: Odenplan

 

Image 1: © Jens Lindhe
Image 3: © Sanna Argus Tirén

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Address:

Hagaparken, Stockholm

Telephone:

+46 8 402 61 00