The Garden Rosendal (Rosendals Trädgård) is located in the Royal national municipal park on the green island Djurgården.
The territory of the garden was sold in 1817 to Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte, the future King Karl XIV of Sweden and the founder of the Bernadotte dynasty, who laid out the "English" park there. In 1819, the Rosendal Palace was built in the neighborhood. In 1848, the King Oscar I built the greenhouse for tropical plants. From 1861, through the efforts of the Queen Josephine, the Academy of horticulture was founded based on the garden using the example of the Royal horticultural society from London.
Now the territory of the garden belongs to the administration of Djurgården, which restored order established in the 19th century by the Queen.
The garden is open to all who wish adopt the best practices of growing cultivated plants in the natural environment of Sweden. In the shop, you can buy tools for gardening, at another store, you can purchase fruits and vegetables grown in the garden. In the cafe, you can taste dishes made from local products. There are healthy and tasty fruits and vegetables grown in the garden owned by the café. Delicious bakery is cooked in the bake house of the cafeteria. In summer, when the café is always packed, you will be asked to sit in the garden under the apple trees.
4th Feb – March 31:
II - VII: 11:00 - 16:00;
April 1 – September 30:
Daily 11:00 - 17:00;
The Midsummer weekend closed.
October 1 – 22 December
II - VII: 11:00 - 16:00