Rosendal Palace

Getting here

Visiting address

Rosendalsvägen 49, Kungl. Djurgården. 

By public transport

Tram to station Bellmansro. From there a 700m walk. Follow signs Rosendal.

Bus stop Djurgårdsbron. Pass the bridge to Djurgården and take left. Promenade (1000m) by the lake, through the park and by Rosendalsvägen to the palace.

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By car

Djurgårdsvägen/Sirishovsvägen to Rosendalsterassen.
Follow sign P-Rosendal for car park. 300m walk from the car park to the palace.

Djurgårdsvägen is closed for traffic during weekends from late April to the end of September.

By boat

Regular boat trips with Djurgårdsfärjan from Slussen to Djurgården. Thereafter bus 67 (se public transportation above) or walk 1500m via Djurgårdsvägen/ Sirishovsvägen/Rosendalsterassen or via Djurgårdsvägen/Rosendalsvägen.

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Advance bookings are recommended for larger groups. Rosendal Palace can be booked June–August.

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