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Rosendal Palace


"19th Century Palace"

Rosendals Palace on Djurgården, east of Skansen, was built between 1823-1827. It was used as a summer retreat by King Karl XIV Johan, and later by King Oskar as an oasis away from his official duties. The palace was never used as a permanent home and was turned into a museum after the death of King Oskar II. Architect Fredrik Blom, one of the most important architects of the period, constructed the palace, whose interior, exterior and furniture designs are a unique example of the European Empire style. The Rosendals Palace is open from Tuesday to Sunday from June to August. Timings vary as per guided tours.
Rosendalsvägen 49, Kungliga Djurgården, Stockholm, Sweden, 115 21
Today: 12:00 PM - 03:00 PM Closed Now
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Jan to Dec - Tuesday to Sunday 12:00 PM to 03:00 PM
"19th Century Palace"
Rosendals Palace on Djurgården, east of Skansen, was built between 1823-1827. It was used as a summer retreat by King Karl XIV Johan, and later by King Oskar as an oasis away from his official duties. The palace was never used as a permanent home and was turned into a museum after the death of King Oskar II. Architect Fredrik Blom, one of the most important architects of the period, constructed the palace, whose interior, exterior and furniture designs are a unique example of the European Empire style. The Rosendals Palace is open from Tuesday to Sunday from June to August. Timings vary as per guided tours.
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