Open on weekends in May

We offer tours, lectures, and activities during weekends in May.

 Apple blossom in May with the castle in the background.

Opening hours

Open weekends in May starting May 4th
Opening hours 2024

Spring in the castle café

Welcome to the castle café which serves freshly baked pastries, sandwiches, and homemade lunches. Choose to sit inside the cozy old kitchen under the 17th-century vaults or outdoors in the shade of the linden trees with a view of Lake Mälaren.

A coffee cup and a plate with cookies and buns are on a table.
Photo: Jens Mohr, Skokloster Castle/SHM.

Guided tours for the whole family

Visit spectacular rooms such as the King’s Hall and the Uncompleted Hall. There are furnishings, wall coverings and paintings, all of which have a story to tell.

A guide showing visitors around the castle park.
Photo: Jens Mohr, Skokloster Castle/SHM.

Acclaimed couture designer is exhibiting this summer

The internationally renowned fashion designer and artist Louise Xin is exhibiting her couture creations in the castle's gallery starting from June 14th

Louise Xin poses on a rooftop in Paris wearing one of her creations.
Photo: Ellen Simone.

Chatelaines and convent sisters

The exhibition’s focus on themes such as the significance of marriage, social responsibility, leadership and the search for new female roles.

Always on Skokloster Castle

Dreams of Skokloster

The exhibition contains the castle’s unique collection of magnificent artefacts, with world-famous paintings, books, costumes and celestial globes to tell the exciting history of Skokloster.

See world famous Vertumnus

Arcimboldo's painting of Vertumnus is one of Skokloster's castles, and the world's most famous work of art. It appears on many promotional products and souvenirs worldwide. How did it end up at Skokloster Castle?

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Enjoy Skokloster Castle's exciting stories wherever you are.