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Categories: Attraction

Rosersberg Palace

Alexis Daflos/Kungl. Hovstaterna

Rosersberg Palace is a royal residence with furnishings intact from the reigns of Karl XIII and Karl XIV Johan.

The Oxenstierna family built the palace in the 1630s and it has been at the disposal of the royal family since 1762. Today it has a wealth of well-preserved, unique textiles from the late Gustavian 1700s to the Empire style of the 1800s. The vast palace grounds in their Lake Mälaren setting add to Rosersberg's charm.