The palace grounds are home to the Orangery, featuring the National Museum's collection of Swedish sculpture. Photo: Gomer.
Take a trip to Ulriksdal and visit "Sweden's most modern 17th century palace". Here, you can see rooms spanning styles from 19th century baroque pastiches through to the functional interiors of the 1920s.
Highlights include the living room, which was decorated by Carl Malmsten in the 1920s for the Crown Prince Couple, Gustaf (VI) Adolf and Louise. The palace is open to the public during the summer months and year round for group visits booked in advanced. Our expert guides will guide you through the palace, detailing its royal history, its architectural history and its interiors. The palace grounds are home to the Orangery, featuring the National Museum's collection of Swedish sculpture. There is also a café here, and Confidencen and Ulriksdal Gardens are nearby. Welcome! Visit Ulriksdal