Summer season 2022

Welcome to Skokloster Castle this summer. We are open between 1 June and 31 August from 11.00 to 17.00. It is free of charge to visit the castle park and the castle's ground floor.

Exhibition this summer: Chatelaines and Convent Sisters

This year marks the 400th anniversary of the birth of Skokloster Castle's first chatelaine, Anna Margareta von Haugwitz. We celebrate this anniversary with a new exhibition and a publication.

Activities in connection with the exhibition (in Swedish)

August 27, September 10 and 24 at 14.00

In connection with the exhibition we offers several lectures on the area's women's history, from medieval nuns to 20th century chatelaines.

Read more about the exhibition

Guided castle tours in English

We offer guided castle tours in English, daily at 12.15 and 15.15. Togheter we visit the Wrangel parade floor with furniture and art from the 17th century, the magnificent Unfinished Hall and The Armoury.

Price: Adult SEK 120, free for children up to 19 years. Buy the tickets on site. You do not need to pre-book the tickets.

 

Visit the courtyard (Paradiset)

6 June - 14 August

Welcome to participate in our idyllic courtyard next to the castle. Explore nature and learn more about what was once growing in the castle garden.

It is free of charge to visit the courtyard.

Interiör från utställningen

Visit at your own pace

Dreams of Skokloster – Between the battlefield and the starry sky

The permanent gallery Dreams of Skokloster – between the battlefield and the starry sky, tells the story of Skokloster Castle, through the unique collection of spectacular artefacts, with world famous paintings, books, costumes and celestial globes.

Read more about the exhibition

The Castle Café

Freshly-baked pastries, sandwiches and home-made lunches are served. The café offers seating in the welcoming 17th century kitchen, or you can sit outside in the shade of the lime trees with views over Lake Mälaren.

Visit the Castle Café

Museum shop

In the museum shop you will find gifts, jewellery, toys, souvenirs and stationery – many on the theme of Skokloster Castle’s collections.

Visit the museum shop