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A must visit when experience Stockholm

This castle is a must visit when beeing in Stockholm. There are a lot of history to inhale and... read more

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Fredrik S
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A fantastic castle. This should be seen by all tourist visiting. Read the history. The guide should... read more

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A magnificent day out!Visit one of the world’s finest Baroque castles, located in beautiful surroundings on the shore of Mälaren. Skokloster castle was built during Sweden’s period as a Great Power in the 17th century, and is the biggest private...more
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This castle is a must visit when beeing in Stockholm. There are a lot of history to inhale and experience at this "museum" Castle. I strongly recommend a visit!

Thank Fredrik S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A fantastic castle. This should be seen by all tourist visiting. Read the history. The guide should perhaps take a course in presentation technique and use a little fantasy to make it all more interesting. Try the freshly made waffle with strawberry jam and whipped...More

Thank Tomberra
Reviewed 9 June 2018

I visited the place three times. Unfortunately now the boat trip from Uppsala is closed but one can also go there by UL bus. The castle is very beautiful with pleasant surroundings. Exclusive collection of the castle is only visible through guided tour. Perfect for...More

Thank Jakaria A
Reviewed 11 May 2018

My husband and I normally visit Skokloster, whether it is to have a picnic or lay and suntan or walk around. We have begun tracking as our new hobby and we were there 2 weeks ago to see how it would go. It was wonderful....More

1  Thank OK C
Reviewed 31 December 2017

I higly recommend a visit to this castle north west of Stockholm. If you have an interest of history and are curious to understand an important epoch of European history, this the castle to visit!

Thank Fredrik S
Reviewed 3 November 2017

Didn't go into the castle itself, but it's quite well preserved from the outside and the area around it together with the proximity to the lake make it a very pleasurable place for a walk. Accessible by UL bus as well.

Thank JonDoe04134
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

This baroque castle has it all - a beautiful exterior as well as interior, nice surroundings and interesting exhibitions. Do not forget to have something to eat in the café/restaurant and also visit the beautiful church.

Thank Ulrika K
Reviewed 4 September 2017 via mobile

I arrived by trip boat from Sigtuna. Best way as gives great river view Take time to look around the different rooms as full of fascinating items. 3 cafes outside of castle and if a dry day, consider picnic. Also worth visiting adjacent church

Thank gardenfred
Reviewed 19 August 2017 via mobile

The biggest privately built Baroque castle in Sweden with many original furnishing from the 1600s. Entrance to many of the rooms is free and the guides in then, dressed in period costume are friendly, knowledgeable and service-minded. Sprcial thanks to guides Anna and Emil who...More

Thank Barry F
Reviewed 29 July 2017

It's nice that the castle offers free entrance, but this only includes a limited part of the castle with sparse information. There are, however, timely dressed guides available to ask for more. Well worth a quick visit. The guided tours and special exhibitions provide a...More

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Hi, you should rent a car it s about 30 min from sigtuna to the castle. Agree the boat schedule is too short..
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