Rosersberg Palace, built by the Oxenstierna family in the 1630s, was named after the founder's mother's family name, Tre Rosor. In the 1740s it was acquired by Baron Erland Broman, and in 1757, the palace became a royal residence. Built in the Renaissance style, the palace was redesigned according to Baroque standards by Tessin, in the seventeenth century. Some of the interiors have traces of the neo-classical and empire styles. To reach the palace, take the commuter train to Rosersberg and then walk the rest of the way (2km), or catch a boat from Stadshuskajen. Open to pre-booked tours only; see website for details. Palace Park is open year-round.
- Open Hours: Monday to Friday from 09:00 AM to 03:00 PM
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