|The north gate (Haga Norra)|
King Gustav III in the late 1700's following one of the Age of Enlightenment's principal ideals of living closer to nature. Many of the king's grandest plans for the park came to an abrupt end when he was assassinated in 1792. However, much was completed and can still be seen/visited today... palaces, temples, pavilions, pagodas and gazebos. Click here for a list and description of the buildings in the park.
|The Butterfly House|
|The "Copper Tents" with café and museum of the park.|
|The Natural History Museum|
|Gustav III's pavilion.|
|Map showing the path around Brunnsviken with points of interest.|