Ulriksdal's Autumn Market
For two days in October, Ulriksdal's beautiful Palace Park will be filled with exquisite crafts and delicious delicacies. Take a walk in the Palace park and visit Ulriksdal Palace.
Autumn market in the Palace Park
The autumn market will be held in the park in front of the palace on 28–29 October, offering crafts and delicacies from local suppliers.
There will also be sale of products from The Royal Gift Shop in the Orangery.
There is no admission charge for the market.
This weekend there will be extra parking lots (with a fee), hosts will show where. Downlaad the parking app 'Mobill' or 'ePark' in advance. Toilets are available in the area, close to the Orangery.
Visit Ulriksdal Palace
A tour of Ulriksdal Palace gives the visitor an exciting view of interior design spanning from the 1600s to the 1900s. On view are rooms decorated in 1800s Romantic style to the more fastidious interiors of the 1900s.
During the Autumn market, Ulriksdal Palace will be open for guided tours in Swedish, every hour between 12:00 and 15:00 (last tour at 15:00). The guided tours are approximately 45 minutes.
There will also be a drawing studio for children at the palace, suitable for age four and up and free of charge. We will draw and color motifs från the palace's history, and maybe a king and queen from the history will show up!
The drawing studio are open 11:00 to 16:00.
Royal Walk int the Palace Park
Explore the Palace Park we the free guide app 'Royal Walks'.
The extensive palace park features stylistic ideals from different eras: the baroque period, the romantic style and modern classicism. The app will guide you on walks through the beautiful Ulriksdal Palace Park, during which you can learn about the park's history and buildings.
The Royal Walks app (Kungliga promenader) can be downloaded free of charge. The text is in Swedish and English, and is illustrated with new and historic photos.
Top image: Centrally located in the Ulriksdal Palace grounds beside the palace itself lies the Orangery built in 1600s. Photo: Catharina Lindgren