Travel back in time – visit the Royal Summer Palaces

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Gripsholm Castle is home to a unique collection of furniture and artwork stretching across four centuries. The castle was built in the 16th century on the initiative of Gustav Vasa. The castle's most famous 16th century state apartment is Duke Karl's chamber, which has one of Sweden's best-preserved interiors from this era. Photo: the Royal Court.

It's the season for visiting the royal summer palaces. Join a tour through rooms where time stands still.
The royal palaces offer a unique opportunity to experience places that played a key role in Swedish history. Here you can see decorative art extending from the time of Gustav Vasa to modern times.

The palaces are open during the summer months for you to explore at your leisure and/or guided tours. The palaces also have grounds, gardens and cafés/restaurants.
 
You can also view temporary exhibitions, and some of the palaces also host music concerts. We look forward to welcoming you!

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