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Drottningholm Palace

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The Drottingholm Palace is a World Heritage Site because of its beauty and important history. It is comparable to Versailles. Check out the Court Theater and the Chinese Pavilion.
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Ekero | Drottningholm, Stockholm 178 02, Sweden
+46 8 402 62 00
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All reviews chinese pavilion boat ride formal gardens court theater beautiful castle train and bus private residence the swedish royal family day trip king and queen open to the public city hall guided tour sunny day worth the trip stockholm pass t bana
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Reviewed yesterday

City bus was very convenient, but the boat trip looked like fun also. Other places on the property were a pleasant stroll away if the weather is fine, as it was on the day of my visit. There was an interesting video in the back...More

Thank Ruth H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Its not the Versailles in Paris... Its not the Schonbrun in Vienna... Its not the Royal Palace in Madrid... But Drottningholms Palace is still big, beautiful, and worth half your day. An added bonus of being unpopular: less tourist crowds! We didn't see a lot...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

We skipped visiting the palace itself because it was a wonderful sunny day and we preferred to go for a walk in the gardens ! Really beautiful place ! The fountains with sculptures of ancient heroes, the nicely trimmed bushes in the shape of a...More

Thank Adore2explore
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It's an easy trip out to the palace. Take the metro green line to Brommaplan and switch to a bus to the palace gates. You can walk around the grounds for free or pay to look inside. It's a bit extra for a guided tour...More

Thank CJ61
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Nice place and nice palace - it gives you an idea and knowledge about Swedish history and rulers. The palace is not so big neither so rich as similar objects, you can visit in the other European countries but some rooms are really unique. I...More

Thank CoventryCrusader
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Definitely worth the price to see both the palace and the palace theater。 Visited at off-peak season, must join the guided tour if you wanna visit the theater. But the ticket is definitely worth it!!! Staffs are friendly and willing to answer your questions. The...More

Thank Karen C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We got the ferry from the city which took an hour and was very scenic. The walk around the grounds was really beautiful, especially with all the autumn trees. We did a self guided tour of the palace, which wasn't worth the admission fee to...More

Thank bethmaryclayton
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Plan on spending more time outside vs in. The interior is of course impressive (its a palace, what's not to be impressed over). But compared to other palaces in Europe, the grounds here are like no other! Seriously could spend a day just walking them....More

Thank WestCoastRagnar
Reviewed 11 October 2018 via mobile

Great place to visit the palace The park is beautiful to relax and enjoy with the nice weather during my visit I would recommend and must to visit

Thank imranarsonz
Reviewed 9 October 2018

My family and I had a very calm and relaxed visit to this palace. We took the metro then the bus to the palace, had lunch at the adjoining palace cafe before making our way into the palace to take a look around. It was...More

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Les L
21 June 2018|
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Response from TravellingEnjoy | Reviewed this property |
Yes you will need to buy boat tickets, the boat ride is 50-60 minutes depending on stops. We had the Stockholm Pass which included free boat fare and all entrance fees at the castle activities.
14 June 2018|
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Response from Lavarcham | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can access the grounds earlier.
Lynn C
1 June 2018|
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Response from KathyJ166 | Reviewed this property |
Many museums are closed on Mondays. Be sure you check that out before you make your schedule. Summer hours (starting mid-June many places) are also different from off peak hours. Check when you get to Stockholm for the most... More
27 May 2018|
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Response from Norman O | Reviewed this property |
I got there at 10 am. Most of the museums are closed on Monday so this is where I went. I don’t recall when they closed, but most places did close at 4 or 5 pm.
22 May 2017|
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Response from Allinroc | Reviewed this property |
3 hours