Located at Ulriksdal Slottspark, the Ulriksdal Orangery Museum reflects the rich cultural heritage and traditional legacy of Sweden of the ancient times that has percolated to the modern era through the varied collection of art and craft work.
Ulriksdal Orangery Museum- A Cultural Hub of Stockholm
The Ulriksdal Orangery Museum is a vast store house of antique pieces of art work, exquisite paintings and sculptures of the by-gone era. The well known Ulriksdal Orangery Museum is located within the premises of Ulriksdal Castle.
Constructed in the later half of the 17th century, the Ulriksdal Castle is known for its splendid architecture. The Ulriksdal Orangery Museum was erected in the second half of 1600. Designed by the famous architect,
Nicodemus Tessin the Younger, the museum displays beautiful artifacts and sculptures carved out by eminent artists of the ancient times.
Some of the important art works showcased in the museum are beautiful sculptures made by Carl Milles and Johan Tobias Sergel.
How To Reach Ulriksdal Orangery Museum
Ulriksdal Orangery Museum is easily accessible by availing bus number 540. The subway of Bergshamra makes the museum reachable from all parts of the city with much ease and convenience.
However, the Ulriksdal Orangery Museum in Stockholm is not open to public on all days. The tourists can view the display on the galleries of the museum in groups and only with prior information.