A close-up of a Christmas ornament featuring a depiction of Skokloster Castle, an old beautiful sleigh, and horse. The ornament hangs on a Christmas tree.
Photo: Helena Bonnevier/Skokloster Castle/SHM (CC BY).
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Christmas market

Every year Skokloster Castle invites you to a traditional Christmas market at the castle. Over two days, visitors can enjoy genuine crafts, local delicacies, winter tours inside the castle, and Christmas gifts in the shop. Perhaps you are interested in exhibiting at the Christmas market? Feel free to send an inquiry if you would like to participate as an exhibitor.

Skokloster Castle is one of the world's foremost Baroque castles and Sweden's largest private palace. Commissioned by Carl Gustav Wrangel, the construction of the castle took place during the Swedish Great Power era, spanning over 30 years. Nevertheless, the castle was not completed as craftsmen abandoned their work upon Wrangel's death in 1676. Despite this, much of it has been preserved, and stepping into the castle is like traveling back to a bygone era – to the luxury and everyday life of the nobility as it existed for 350 years. The castle is located by Lake Mälaren and Upplandsleden.

Christmas market 2024

The first Advent, Saturday, November 30 - Sunday, December 1, from 11.00 to 16.00.

A person selling Christmas lights at the Christmas market.
Photo: Jens Mohr, Skokloster Castle/SHM.

Send a booking request

Our focus at the market is exclusively on genuine craftsmanship. Do you produce and sell handicrafts, delicacies, or anything else that fits into our Christmas market? You are warmly welcome to send a booking request.

Price for exhibiting at the Christmas market

SEK 550–1 650

Send an inquiry for the Christmas market 2024

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