Visits to the collections and loan of artefacts
About the collections
Skokloster Castle is the largest private palace that has ever been built in Sweden. The architecture, the intact interiors and the exceptional artefacts make the castle one of the world’s foremost baroque castles. The collections consist of artefacts from the three owning families who have lived and worked at the castle.
Visit the castle’s collections
Would you like to study some of our artefacts or visit our collections? Remember to make contact in good time because it can take time to coordinate and prepare the desired material. Email National Historical Museums collection and research department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See artefacts that are not on display
If you would like to study artefacts in our collections, contact the person responsible for the respective museum’s collections. Remember to make contact in good time because it can take time to coordinate and prepare the desired material. For artefacts in the cultural history collections contact email@example.com.
Study artefacts as a researcher
Describe your research project and/or why you wish certain material to be made available. Remember to make contact in good time because it can take time to coordinate and prepare the desired material. Email National Historical Museums collection and research department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Search in the collections
Our collection has been digitalised and we are constantly working to enhance the information about our artefacts and increase the number of photographs. You can search among the photographs and artefacts in our digital database. All information and media in the database can be freely used.
We share a database with the other museums that are part of the government agency National Historical Museums. This means that you can also find artefacts from the Economy Museum, the Hallwyl Museum, the Swedish History Museum, the Royal Armoury and Tumba Paper Mill Museum in the database.
Care of artefacts and conservation
Skokloster Castle is an environmental museum where various types of artefacts made of many different materials are included in the collection. The castle has a very special climate because it is not heated. The indoor climate is entirely controlled by circumstances outdoors. An important part of the work of preserving the castle and the collections for the future is the constant inspection and care. Some of the artefacts demand more comprehensive measures and must be conserved so that they can live on.
Conservators are mainly responsible for paintings, textiles, metal and paper, work on the castle’s collections.
Ann-Cathrin Rothlind, conservator responsible for paintings,
+46(0)8-402 30 51, email@example.com
Inger Olovsson, curator responsible for Skokloster Castle’s collections,
+46(0)8-402 30 73, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jonas Häggblom, curator responsible for Skokloster Castle’s collections,
+46(0)8-402 30 75, email@example.com