Summer at Ulriksdal – open for the season until 13 August

Take a trip to Ulriksdal this summer! Ulriksdal Palace and the Orangery Museum are open from Tuesday to Sunday between 15 June and 13 August. Come on a guided tour or wander around the Orangery at your leisure. Take a stroll in the beautiful palace park, and visit the café with its outside seating area.

Come on a guided tour

Join our knowledgeable guides for tours of Ulriksdal Palace, Confidencen and the Orangery Museum, and turn your visit into a real experience. Tours last around 45 minutes, and tickets are available from the Orangery Museum.

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Self-guided tours of the Orangery Museum

The Orangery in Ulriksdal Palace Park is now a fantastic exhibition space for Nationalmuseum's collection of Swedish sculpture. Here, you can see works by some of the nation's leading sculptors including Carl Milles and Johan Tobias Sergel.

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Image hunt, park quiz and activity book for children

Our youngest visitors can borrow an image hunt to take around the palace with them during a guided tour. Stroll through the palace park and discover everything there with our fun park quiz. An activity book about Ulriksdal is also available from the Royal Gift Shop.

Items for sale from the Royal Gift Shop

The Royal Gift Shop sells unique products inspired by the Royal Collections. A selection of items is available at Ulriksdal, including some with a link to Ulriksdal. Visit the shop in the Orangery Museum.

Palace park and café

Explore Ulriksdal Palace Park alongside Edviken inlet! Here, you can see both the rigid ideals of the Baroque period, with its avenues and symmetry, and the English romantic style with its pathways leading through uncultivated nature. The palace park has a café with outside seating, and there are two garden centres within walking distance.

The chapel

Ulriksdal Palace Chapel was designed by the architect Fredrik Wilhelm Scholander and built in the 1860s on the foreland south of the palace. The chapel was designed in the Dutch Renaissance Revival style, with Venetian influences. The chapel can be booked for weddings and christenings.

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