All the surplus from the Christmas market goes to preserving and developing the natural and cultural values of the estate so that it is available to both today’s visitors and future generations.
Tjolöholm castle’s Christmas market is one of the largest in the west of Sweden and have been a tradition since 1987, with over a hundred exhibitors selling their arts, crafts and food delicacies on the estate. The whole estate sparkles with festive lights and beautiful decorations. Every day there are many fun activities for both children and adults to enjoy. And for the hungry one, there is no shortage in places to eat.
CRAFTS AND CHRISTMAS DELICASIES
At the Christmas market, craftsmen and food producers are selling an array of handmade gifts and unique products. The castle gift shop is filled with items inspired by the history of the castle; including the castles own Christmas tea which is an appreciated gift.
CHRISTMAS FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
Every day during the Christmas market, exciting things happen for both children and adults! Father Christmas receives children’s wish lists. You can make your own Christmas decorations, watch performances and visit the upper floors in the castle. The children can also play in “Tjolöholms lekby”, a play village inside Manegen, the old riding hall.
FOOD AND COFFEE AT THE CHRISTMAS MARKET
There are several choices for food and drink during the Christmas market:
Take a walk through Allmogebyn to the cozy Storstugan restaurant where you can sit by the fire and enjoy well-cooked food prepared from local ingredients and spiced with Christmas flavors.
A Christmas-inspired afternoon tea is served three times per day in the castle dining hall. Advance purchase is recommended, click here.
In a rustic setting on the second floor of Magasinet, you can enjoy a good cup of coffee, hot chocolate and mulled wine.
When the children have finished playing at Tjolöholms play village, the whole family can feast on pancakes and Christmas ham sandwiches.
The Christmas market’s food trucks offer a wide range of food with inspirations from around the world.
OPENING HOURS AND RATES
Friday 11 Nov 12-20 pm
Saturday 12 Nov 10 am-6pm
Sunday 13 Nov 10 am-6pm
Friday 18 Nov 12-20 pm
Saturday 19 Nov 10 am-6pm
Sunday 20 Nov 10 am-6pm
Thursday 24 Nov 12-20 pm
Friday 25 Nov 12-20 pm
Saturday 26 Nov 10 am-6pm
Sunday 1 27 Nov am-6 pm
Entrance fee 100 SEK weekdays, 120 SEK weekends. Children up to 14 years are free. Card payment only. Parking 40 SEK/car.
The Christmas market is a popular excursion destination for groups. For more information and group prices contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +46 300-40 46 00
Please don’t hesitate and contact us if you have any questions. Phone + 46 300-40 46 00, e-mail email@example.com. The project manager for the Christmas market is Emma Fröje, firstname.lastname@example.org .
Dogs are allowed outside on the estate and must be on a leash at all times. Only guide dogs are allowed inside the buildings.