Bosjökloster is a privately owned and lived-in residence. The oldest parts of the castle, as well as the gardens and park are open to the public. Bosjökloster receives no public funding; the maintenance of the historical buildings and park are financed exclusively with entrance fees. Thank you for visiting Bosjökloster!

Plan your visit to Bosjökloster

What's on & opening hours

The park and gardens are open year-round.
The Garden Café and exhibitions in the castle and stables are open May -  September, during the Christmas Market and other special events.
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Park and gardens:
open all days, all year
May-September 8 am-6 pm
October-April 10 am-5pm

Garden Café and parts of the castle:
open all days
May 1-September 23
11 a.m. - 5 p.m
(kitchen 11.30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.)

We accept group bookings all year for guided tours, as well as lunches, dinners, weddings, meetings and conferences.


May 1 - August 20:
Adults SEK 100
Seniors SEK 90

August 21- September 30:
Adults SEK 80 
Seniors SEK 70 

Students SEK 50
Annual pass SEK 150  
Children & adolescents up to 18 years free entry!

Special tickets for events.

Pre-booked guided tours:
From 15 persons - SEK 100 per person incl. entrance fee.
Less than 15 persons - SEK 550 + entrance fee (max SEK 1500)
Or ask our staff in the exhibitions to tell you about Bosjökloster and its history!

Cash & cards
We accept most credit cards and cash in SEK, DKK and Euro.

Caravans and campers enjoy free parking.

Dogs, on a leash, are welcome to Bosjökloster.

Bosjökloster should be accessible to all. Disabled persons who are in need of escorts pay full entrance fee; escorts are allowed free entry. Please bring your escort certificate!

Contact Bosjökloster

Bosjökloster Castle
Bosjökloster 111
S-243 95 Höör

Tel: +46(0)413-250 48

Parish office:
+46(0)413-54 47 80

Getting to Bosjökloster

Enjoy Bosjökloster

Exhibitions in the Castle, the nuns' vaulted refectory, the herb garden, the beautiful terraced gardens, the romantic park with its animals and thousand year old oak, the children's corner with a mini zoo and picnic house. Borrow a rowing boat for a ride on the lake.
Eat in the café or bring your own picnic.
Guided tours for pre-booked groups.