This eighteenth-century pavilion overlooks the waters of Brunnsviken. In the Haga park, just north of Stockholm, King Gustav III constructed various French and Neo-Classical buildings. An old house on the former Brahelund property was rebuilt as Gustav III's pavilion. It is one of the finest examples of Swedish and European Neo-Classicism. Louis Masreliez decorated the interior, which along with the original furniture are well preserved. Guided tours of the Pavilion are arranged from June to September. Check the website for details.
Attractions & Landmarks