Free entry to Rosersberg Palace

Rosersberg Palace

  • Rosersberg Palace Stockholm
  • Rosersberg Palace Stockholm
  • Rosersberg Palace Stockholm
  • Rosersberg Palace Stockholm

Stockholm Pass Benefits:

Free entry to Rosersberg Palace
Normal Price: Adult: SEK 100; Child (7-17): SEK 50

Visit one of Sweden’s hidden gems, the Rosersberg Palace situated by the breath-taking Lake Mälaren. Built by the Oxenstierna family in the 1630s, Rosersberg Palace became a royal palace when the state gave Rosersberg to Gustav III's younger brother Karl XIII  in the 18th century. Get a true feel for the palace on a free guided tour around the rooms and halls to experience a true unaltered royal milieu and learn more about royal interiors and art from the late 18th/early 19th century.

The palace also boasts the finest examples and best-kept royal interiors in Sweden from the late 18th century and early 19th century and the rooms have remained untouched since then with well-preserved period features, furniture and collections. Don’t leave without taking a stroll in the magnificent gardens to admire the French baroque style, designed by Nicodemus Tessin the younger at the end of the 17th century.

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The Palace is open in conjunction with guided tours

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Queen Hedvig Elisabet Charlotta’s State Bedchamber
  • Karl XIV Johan’s bedchamber
  • An early copy of the American Declaration of Independence

DID YOU KNOW

  • The first owner of Rosersberg, Gabriel Bengtsson Oxenstierna, named the palace after his mother, Sigrid Gustafsdotter Tre Rosor.
  • Rosersberg has been a royal palace since 1762, when the 14 year old Prince Karl (XIII) was given the right of disposal of the palace by the Estates.
  • Karl XIII was a Freemason and the decorations of the palace contain many hidden symbols for the Order.
  • The palace was only used by two kings, and has been left virtually unchanged since 1860.

THINGS TO SEE

  • The Hogland Hall
  • The Chapel
  • The Park

How to get there:

    Subway: T-Centralen
    Boat: Klara Mälarstrand

 

Images 2, 3, 4: © Alexis Daflos

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Address:

Rosersberg, Stockholm

Telephone:

+46 8 402 61 00

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