Örbyhus Castle is located in northern Uppland, 40-50 km north of Uppsala in an area that has seen Swedish history in the making on several occasions.
The castle was the focus of national history in 1577 when the deposed king, Gustav Vasa’s eldest son, Erik XIV died here. Was he poisoned?
Guided tours are arranged during most of the summer season of King Erik XIV’s prison, the castle park and the carriage museum. Guided tours are by request (see booking below) or at the following times.
Dates of tours in 2019:
Adults: 80 SEK
Children (12-16 years): 40 SEK
Children under 12 are free!
You are also free walk around the park and admire the beautiful scenery and fascinating buildings (optional fee: 10 SEK / person). Why not take the opportunity to have a picnic on the lawn by lake Vendel?
Groups of 10 or more can book guided tours at times other than the above by phone Boka Uppland +46295-20300 or firstname.lastname@example.org