Swedish: Rosendals slott
Visit to the tourist attraction of Sweden - the royal residence Rosendal Palace: was built in the 1820s for the King Charles XIV John of Sweden, the first of Bernadottes.
The palace was built in 1823-1826 and designed by architect Fredrik Blom as a pleasure palace. The most magnificent space of Rosendal Palace is the centrally located Lanternin Room whose lantern clearly marks the center of the palace. Here is located swedish furniture with large patterned wool rugs made in Tournai and Swedish silks in bright colors. All rooms in the castle were given a color code according to the taste of the time. For example, the King's salon, was called the Red Salon and drawing room of the Crown Prince, was called the Blue and Yellow Cabinet.
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- Adult: 100 SEK
- Student with International Student Identity Card: 50 SEK
- Children 7-17 years: 50 SEK
- Children under 7 years: free
Group Guided Tours
For group tours Pre-Order are required, and available in English, takes approximately for groups of maximum 20 visitors.
Regular opening hours: 1000 SEK, plus admission fees 100 SEK to Adults and 50 SEK to Students.
Evening, Saturday, Sunday, holiday: 3400 SEK, plus admission fees 100 SEK to Adults and 50 SEK to Students.
Address & Geo coordinates
- Visit to Rosendal Palace
- Rosendalsvägen 49