Strömsholm Palace – The Palace Café

The Palace Café

The Strömsholm Palace Café is situated in a building designed by Carl Hårleman in 1731 that originally housed the palace's kitchen.

The so called Stone Kitchen was added in 1910 with a dining room towards the south.

The building now houses the Palace Café. Here you can enjoy coffee, tea, soft drinks, pastries and lighter lunches.

The café have a large outdoor seating area and are located near the park where there is plenty of room for picnic blankets. The full menus will also be available to take away.

The Royal Gift Shop

The Royal Gift Shop is a unique shop at the Royal Palaces, selling gifts and high quality souvenirs inspired by the Royal Collections. Here, the items have a story to tell – patterns from the interiors of the palaces are reproduced on textiles, porcelain, trays and serviettes. 

Selected products from the Royal Gift Shop are available at Strömsholm Palace café.

Photos: Raphael Stecksén

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