Queens week at Drottningholm

Drottningholm Palace is open daily during autumn holiday week, with the theme 'Queens'. There will be family tours and activity trails for children.

Several queens have left their mark on Drottningholm Palace. One of them, Queen Hedvig Eleonora, built the palace. Another, Queen Lovisa Ulrika, brought the palace into the modern era. A third, our own Queen Silvia, still lives there.

Theme week

During the autumn holiday week, 29 October to 6 November, Drottningholm Palace will be open daily with special activities for children.

autumn holiday program for children 29 october–6 november

Image hunts and theme signs at 10:00–16:00
Available in English at the cash desk and included in the entry fee.

Weekend: Family tour at 10:30
Weekday: Family tour at 10:30 and 12:30
Extra fee for the tour, only in Swedish

Times för the regular guided tours of the palace at weekends

Reduced entry fee for children during the autumn holiday week program.

Independent image hunt

You can explore the palace by yourself during opening hours. Activity trails are available for children and adults. Maps for image hunts on various themes (in Swedish and English) are available from the cash desk.

Photo: Kate Gabor/Royalpalaces.se

The Queen’s palace. That is the theme for this year’s autumn holiday at Drottningholm Palace. The image shows queen Lovisa Ulrika, by Lorens Pasch 1768. Photo: Royalpalaces.se

Drottningholm Palace is open daily during autumn holiday week, with extra activities for children. Photo: Kate Gabor

Explore the palace on your own and/or join the guided tours. If you want an extra challenge, borrow an image hunt at the cash desk. There is also an image hunt for adults, ’Rococo-Go'. Photo: Kate Gabor