Drottningholm Palace

Swedish: Drottningholms slott

Visit to the tourist attraction of Sweden - the royal residence Drottningholm Palace: is Sweden's best-preserved royal palace and it is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Drottningholm protected area includes about 40 buildings.

Read More about The Palace

The castle was named in 1579, during the reign of John III. He made a stone house for his Queen Catherine Jagiellon. On the initiative of Queen Hedvig Eleonora, the present palace was built from 1662 to around 1750 on plans by the architects Nicodemus Tessin the Elder, Nicodemus Tessin the Younger and Carl Hårleman.

Area of Drottningholm Palace includes:

  • The Baroque Garden
  • The English Park
  • The Sculpture Park
  • The Theatre of Drottningholm Palace
  • The Breakfast Salon
  • The Stables
  • Chinese Pavilion at Drottningholm
  • The Guard Pavilion
  • Sculpture Museum de Vries
  • Royal Guards

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Admission fees

  • Adults: 130 SEK
  • Students with International Student Identity Card: 65 SEK
  • Children 7-17 years: 65 SEK
  • Children under 6 years: free

Guided tours in English

The costs of the tour: 30 SEK per each visitor.

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Group Guided Tours

For group tours Pre-Order are needed and available in English, takes approximately for groups of maximum 30 visitors.

Regular opening hours: 1000 SEK plus Admission fees per each visitor.

Evening, Saturday, Sunday, holiday: 3400 SEK plus Admission fees per each visitor.

Address & Geo coordinates

Latitude: 59.321693

Longitude: 17.886825


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