Strömsholm Palace

Swedish: Strömsholms slott

Visit to the tourist attraction of Sweden - the royal residence Strömsholm Palace: this baroque palace is built on the site of a fortress from the 1550s and has interiors from the 18th century and an important collection of Swedish paintings.

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The King Gustav Vasa, in the 1550s, built a powerful stone fortress on the site, which formed the foundation of the current Strömsholm Palace. In the fortress lived, and died here, the Dowager Queen Catherine Stenbock. The Queen Hedwig Eleonora got fortress in a wedding gift from her husband, Charles X Gustav. The old fortress was rebuilt into the modern baroque palace in 1669, on ordered of the Queen.

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Admission fees

  • Adults: 100 SEK
  • Students with International Student Identity Card: 50 SEK
  • Childrens under 17 years: free

Guided tours in English

The entrance fee includes guided tours. These tours cannot be booked in advance. The guided tour takes approximately at .

Group Guided Tours

Pre-Order are required to groups, and takes approximately .

Regular opening hours: 1000 SEK, plus admission fees 100 SEK to Adults and 50 SEK to Students.

Address & Geo coordinates

  • Visit to Strömsholm Palace
  • Slottsvägen 32
  • SE-734-94
  • Strömsholm
  • Västmanland County
  • Sweden

Latitude: 59.524803

Longitude: 16.269816