Historical fun for kids!

The castle is open all year round and full of fun for our little royals. From the children’s northwest tower all the way down to the dungeon. Go on exciting missions, visit the little ghost Laban or celebrate your birthday with your very own knight and princess party at Örebro’s most historic castle.

Örebro Castle is also a children's castle

Magnus Eriksson was only three years old when he became King of Sweden. How happy would little Magnus be today? If only he knew that 700 years later, there are lots of kings, queens, knights and princesses of the same age running around playing in his castle. And that you can go to children’s parties. And jumping the hobby horse. And test the crossbow. And that little ghost Laban lives here today.

Today there is always something for children to do at the castle. Even for those children who have not yet learned to love art, culture and history. Oh, nice vase, is it from the Gustavian era perhaps? Probably no child ever said that.

During the school holidays, the castle kicks into an even higher gear with exciting activities such as ghost and witch walks, mascots and fun challenges. See what’s happening at the castle right now and don’t forget to mark your calendar with the highlights of the year!

Activities for the little ones

Premiere at
sports holidays!
Rund symbol med Örebro slotts mönster.


10 Feb 2024-26 Jan 2025
Included in the entrance ticket
Do you like dragons? Then we have the perfect thing for you – the Dragons exhibition. A real knowledge fest for anyone who wants to learn more about dragons.
Read more about the exhibition
at the castle!
Rund symbol med Örebro slotts mönster.

Easter holidays at the castle

25 March-7 April
Different types of tickets
Days off and spring in the air. Then a visit to a castle is perfect. Here you can enjoy Easter fun with dragons, witches and lots of fun.
Read more about Easter holidays at the castle

Children’s party at the castle

Choose between a knights and princes party or a more sinister ghost party. The royal celebration includes everything from games to homemade meringues. Long live childishness!
Read more about the children's birthday party