Drottningholm Palace is open daily durig Easter holiday 13 to 22 April. Guided tours and image hunts for children.
Drottningholm Palace, on the island of Lovön near Stockholm, is an unusually well-preserved royal palace setting. It is so unique and popular that in 1991 it was named Sweden's first World Heritage Site. During the Easter week the Palace is open daily for stroll round, guided tours and image hunts for children.
Image hunts for children
Go on a journey of discovery through the rooms of Drottningholm Palace. Borrow a map with pictures of golden details from the palace's interiors, then find out where they are located and what the images show. The activity is available during the Palace's regular opening hours.
Self-guided tours of the Palace
You can wander through the palace at your own pace, with signs guiding you through the rooms. You can also purchase a guide book to find out more about the palace. Theres is also an image hunt for adults – RococoGo – to borrow at the cash desk.
Our knowledgeable guides can tell you more as they show you the Palace's state rooms. The Palace tour lasts around 45 minutes. Our museum educators will explain about the history, the people who worked here and the objects in the rooms. Palace tours are given daily at 11:30 and 13:30.
Discover the Palace Park
Wander in the grand Palace Park, inspired by three main styles, and discover the sculptures and buildings in the park. At the waterside of the Palace you will find the resaturant/café and the Royal Gift Shop.
Photo: Kate Gabor/Royalpalaces.se