Chinese Pavilion

Interesting
With its exotic silhouette, the Chinese Pavilion is a Swedish version of the Grand Trianon (a Palace of Versailles), which replaced a building erected in 1753 for Queen Louisa Ulrique. Carl Fredrik Adelcrantz designed this Chinese fantasy work between 1763 and 1767. Jean Eric Rehn designed the red, green, yellow and blue rooms embellished with glossed panels, an abundance of decorations and display cabinets containing delicate Chinese objects.

Useful information

Phone:

+46 8 402 62 70

Price:

80 sek (-18 years old 40 sek)

Opening hours

May-Aug: 11am-4.30pm; Sep: noon-3.30pm

Nearby tourist attractions

Royal Palace Gardens
Royal Palace Gardens
In 1681, Tessin the Younger began laying
1:30
Royal Palace apartments
Royal Palace apartments
Baroque decoration is predominant
2:00
Royal Theatre
Royal Theatre
Pure lines, harmonious proportions and
0:30
Ulriksdal Castle
Ulriksdal Castle
Between 1639 and 1644 Hans Jakob
1:00
Island of Kungsholmen
Island of Kungsholmen
which was the tradesmen's district in
0:30
City Hall
City Hall
On Kungsholmen, where the Burnhusviken
0:30
See all

Other ideas « Patrimony »

Royal Palace apartments
Royal Palace apartments
Baroque decoration is predominant
2:00
Royal Theatre
Royal Theatre
Pure lines, harmonious proportions and
0:30
Ulriksdal Castle
Ulriksdal Castle
Between 1639 and 1644 Hans Jakob
1:00
See all