Tullgarn Palace was built in the 1770s for Duke Friedrik Adolf. The palace has a lot of different styles, it's a really beautiful place. This is why it was very popular amongst Swedish royalty and they often used it as a summer residence. Gzstav V's cigar room is untouched since the king's death in 1950. It worth visiting. This summer you decided to check out this famous building and see how the Swedish royalty lived and what they liked. You left the tourist group to walk around freely. It seems you ended up in a restricted area because the doors are locked. It would cause no harm if you opened those doors and check out other rooms. Have fun!
July 9, 2015