Skokloster Castle is one of the most well-preserved baroque castles in existence. It was built in the 17th century, when Sweden was a great power. The builder Carl-Gustaf Wrangel had a castle built where only the best materials and the most luxurious objects came into question. Most of the castle remains untouched since it was built more than 350 years ago. All in all, there are about 50,000 items!
The whole environment is a magnificent experience where most people find their gold nuggets. Take the opportunity to go on a tour where you can see the parade floor and the rust chamber, among other things. The castle invests a lot in children's activities, so even the younger ones appreciate the castle excursion.
The park with avenues and fruit trees invites both to lazy picnics and happy summer games. This year's summer exhibition is about the stately baroque park that was planned around the castle. Many remained dreams, but other things you can discover for yourself. You can also go on a cultural-historical outdoor tour where you can hear more about the park.
The castle café serves sweet breads, sandwiches and lunches. You can choose between sitting outside in the shade of the large linden trees or inside under the arches in the room that in the 18th century was called Little kitchen.