Celebrating Midsummer in a Royal environs

Midsummer – traditional celebration

In Sweden we have a traditional feast this time of the year -Midsummer. This years celebration was very nice. We went to Tullgarn castle, one of the Royal castles in Sweden.

There was all things needed, a maypole, dancing, live violins and picnic. The weather was fine, no rain but cloudy, no wind and a temperature at 23 °C. We enjoyed the celebration, the environs and the weather. The garden was wonderful and the sea views amazing. A great place to celebrate Midsummer:)

Below I show some photos from the environs of the castle, from the castle itself to the stunning views over the Baltic Sea. I hope you will enjoy:)


The Tullgarn Castle



Celebration including dance and maypole



Detail on the castle



View from the back of the castle



Viewing the Baltic Sea






View from the bridge



Detail in the conservatory

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4 thoughts on “Celebrating Midsummer in a Royal environs”

  1. How I wish I could get to Sweden someday! 🙂

    1. Kerlund74

      In summer it’s a beautiful place:) Thanks for visiting and for your comment.

  2. Lovely to get to see more of Tullgarn castle, it looks beautiful and lots to see and do. 🙂 Thank you for sharing
    Sue xxx

    1. Kerlund74

      Thank you very much dear friend:)

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