Exhibitions at
Läckö Castle

The once empty palace of Läckö Castle has been used since the 1960s to house a series of extravagant and comprehensive summer exhibitions. Every summer season offers the visitor stimulating thematic shows from art and design, to the history of Swedish culture with historical themes such as everyday life and festivals.

During the late 1990s a project was initiated to refurnish the more important rooms of the  palace. The work has been undertaken in close cooperation with Nationalmuseum in Stockholm and is being carried out with great care and respect for this historic location.

Previous exhibitions

Exhibitions 2022


"Stamped ALP"
(Small courtyard)

The Rörstrand's exhibition in the smaller courtyard in the castle the summer 2022. Make yourself familiar with the porcelain and ceramics which was created in the industry in Lidköping.

Included in courtyard-pass

"Travelling"
(2nd floor)

The exhibition from Nationalmuseum (Sweden's museum of art and design) this year is focused on how the human has travelled through the history.

Included in Castle-pass

"Searching for the soul of the forest"
(4th floor)

The duo Alexandrov Klum's exhibition at Läckö in 2022. Contemporary ideas of our relationship to nature are explored through subtly distorted perspectives and dislocated time perspectives.

learn more
(Included in castle-pass)

Exhibitions 2022


"Stamped ALP"
(Small courtyard)

The Rörstrand's exhibition in the smaller courtyard in the castle the summer 2022. Make yourself familiar with the porcelain and ceramics which was created in the industry in Lidköping.

Included in courtyard-pass

"Travelling"
(2nd floor)

The exhibition from Nationalmuseum (Sweden's museum of art and design) this year is focused on how the human has travelled through the history.

Included in Castle-pass

"Searching for the soul of the forest"
(4th floor)

The duo Alexandrov Klum's exhibition at Läckö in 2022. Contemporary ideas of our relationship to nature are explored through subtly distorted perspectives and dislocated time perspectives.

learn more
(Included in castle-pass)