Ulriksdal Palace

Café and restaurants

In the palace grounds, in the building between the castle and the orangery, you will find Ulriksdal Palace café, open daily all year round. Here you can enjoy lunch in the cosy café space or take a coffee break on the garden chairs with a view of the grounds.

And if you haven’t brought your own picnic, you can buy one here and take it with you into the grounds! The café offers a wide range of pastries, drinks and lunches, and also has a children’s menu.

For opening times and menus, go to the Ulriksdals Palace Café website. External link, opens in new window.

More places to eat

A little walk away is Ulriksdals sPalace Gardens External link, opens in new window. with the Garden Café, well known for its vegetarian buffet.

Close by is Ulriksdals Värdshus External link, opens in new window., open all year round, with a menu that includes vegetables grown in the kitchen garden.

On the road between Brunnsviken and Ulriksdal you will pass Brunnsvikens Trädgård External link, opens in new window., with a café that serves lunches and home-made pastries.

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A guided tour takes approximately 45 minutes. The guided tour is included in the entrance fee.

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Ulriksdal Palace and the Orangery Museum are open for group visits, booked in advance, during May–September.

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