The 'Daisy' exhibition in 360°

Visit the exhibition 'Daisy: Crown Princess Margareta' from the comfort of your own home. Step into her apartment at the Royal Palace and meet a princess ahead of her time.

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The digital version of the exhibition allows you to wander round, zoom in on objects, images and signs, and click on selected works. In the introduction to the exhibition, you can also click to play the music* included in the exhibition.

The exhibition was staged in the part of the Royal Palace where Crown Princess Margareta lived with Gustaf (VI) Adolf and their five children, Gustaf Adolf, Sigvard, Ingrid, Bertil and Carl Johan. See archive materials and unique objects from the Royal Collections that belonged to the Crown Princess.

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*Music in the exhibition
Piece 1. Margareta, Ellen Sandels' Three Princesses
Piece 2. Maria, Ellen Sandels' Three Princesses
Piece 3. Ingeborg, Ellen Sandels' Three Princesses
Piece 4. Valse Boston (wedding waltz), Carl Fredrik Ringvall. Dedicated to TRH Prince Gustav Adolf and Princess Margareta.
Piece 5. Margareta Waltz (Boston waltz), Ellen Sandels. Dedicated to HRH The Duchess of Skåne. Played in the Vita Havet Assembly Rooms at the Royal Palace on 11 July 1905.
Piece 6. Waltz 1, Ellen Sandels' Mälardrottningen Waltz
Piece 7. Waltz 2, Ellen Sandels' Mälardrottningen Waltz
Piece 8. Waltz 2, Ellen Sandels' Mälardrottningen Waltz

The music was recorded in the Hall of State at Gripsholm Castle on the castle's Steinway grand piano. Performed by Court Organist Mary Ljungquist Hén.

Selected works have information to read. Clicking on the round symbols on the floor will take you through the exhibition.

Click on any of the images to start your tour.

You can view the virtual tour from your mobile phone or computer.


The exhibition was on show at the Royal Palace between 6 June 2021 and 9 January 2022.



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