Experience a Easter flower show in the Orangery in Ulriksdal Palace Park from 30 March to 8 April. This historic and playful flower show features dazzling Easter arrangements in a unique cultural environment.
See the Easter flower show, with floral arrangements and historic costumes that bring the natural joy of the National Romantic period to life. The playful, colourful display is being shown alongside the National Museum’s sculptures in the Orangery in Ulriksdal Palace Park.
Flowers and elements from nature create imaginative scenes, inspired by the literary figures and tales of the National Romantic era. Easter flowers such as grape hyacinths, snowdrops, tulips and pansies all contribute towards a fantastic experience filled with fragrance and colour.
The flower show will be on display from 30 March to 8 April,
open daily 11:00–16:00
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Sweden’s oldest preserved orangery can be found in Ulriksdal Palace Park. It was built in the 1660s to grow and overwinter expensive exotic fruit. These plants were often used to ornament palace and castle gardens during the summer months. During Sweden’s time as a great power, exclusive fruits were an important element of the banquets arranged by nobility and royalty to impress their contemporaries.
Today, the Orangery also serves as a unique exhibition space for the National Museum’s collection of Swedish sculptures, together with the Orangery’s collection of plants. This was made possible thanks to HM The King’s decision in 1988 to make the Orangery available as a sculpture museum. The sculpture collection is a representative selection of the National Museum’s collection of Swedish sculptures from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, featuring works by famous names such as Carl Milles and Johan Tobias Sergel.