Ulriksdal Palace

Swedish: Ulriksdals slott

Visit to the tourist attraction of Sweden - the royal residence Ulriksdal Palace: was built around 1638-1645 for Jakob De la Gardie, by architect Hans Jacob Kristler and the present design is mainly the work of architect Nicodemus Tessin the Elder and dates from the late 17th century.

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The rooms included in the show include The Dining Room of the King Charles XV. The interior of time at the castle of the King Gustaf VI Adolf and the Queen Louise Mountbatten. The rooms have been restored with original furnishings and are used to exhibit items with silver collection of Gustaf V.

The palace contains: Chapel of Palace, Orangery Museum, The Museum of Queen Kristina's carriage, Theater "Confidencen", Old smithy.

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Opening hours


Tuesday-Sunday: -.

Admission fees

  • Adult: 120 SEK
  • Student with International Student Identity Card: 80 SEK
  • Children 7-17 years: 80 SEK
  • Children under 6 years: free

Group Guided Tours

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

Regular opening hours: 1000 SEK, plus admission fees 100 SEK to Adult and 50 SEK to Student.

Evening, Saturday, Sunday, holiday: 3400 SEK, plus admission fees 100 SEK to Adult and 50 SEK to Student.

Address & Geo coordinates

  • Visit to Ulriksdal Palace
  • Ulriksdal, Slottsallén
  • SE-170 79
  • Solna
  • Big Stockholm
  • Sweden

Latitude: 59.39042

Longitude: 18.016814