Strömsholm Palace

Practical information, Access

Coat Check
Free coat check is available at the palace´s entrance. Please note that large bags, back packs must be stored during your visit. Umbrellas must be placed in the umbrella stand.

Toilets
Toilets are located in the palace and by the café.

Parking
Free car park by the palace.

Mobile phones must be turned off during your visit.

Photographing without flash Photographing/filming is allowed without flash, selfie sticks, tripods or other fixed equipment. For private use only. For commersial use, premission in advance is needed from the Information Department at the Royal Court, at photo@royalcourt.se.

Elevator information
No elevators

Steps/Ramps
Steps from the palace's entrance to the apartments. Thresholds in the apartments.

Toilets
Wheelchair accessible toilets are located in the café. Good wheelchair accessibility to and in the café.

Parking
Car park (gravel) by the palace.

Companions
Companions to visitors with disabilities have free admission.

For more information about accessibility call: +46 8 402 61 00

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Pre-booked tours can be given in English or Swedish. For groups with specific interests, tours can focus on topics such as art, furniture...

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Much of the décor at Strömsholm Palace is in the Gustavian style. It was created for King Gustav III's wife, Queen Sofia Magdalena, who w...

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Here, King Gustav Vasa raised horses for the Swedish Army. Today, there is a riding college and annual equestrian competitions are held i...

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At the top of the palace is Carl Hårleman's unique chapel, decorated in the 1730s for Queen Ulrika Eleonora the Younger.

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The Royal Gift Shop sells decorative items, accessories, postcards and classic souvenirs to suit all budgets.

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The Strömsholm Palace Café is situated in a building designed by Carl Hårleman in 1731 that originally housed the palace's kitchen.

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Early in the 1550s, King Gustav Vasa ordered the building of a Palace on a small island in the fast-flowing Kolbäck River. Much of that P...

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At a young age, Karl XI received around twenty horses as a gift from the royal families in Spain and France. He then commissioned portrai...

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King Gustav Vasa laid the groundwork for Strömsholm Palace when he had an estate built on an island in the Kolbäck River in the 1550s. Af...

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