The Castle of Kastelholm 

The castle, which originally was used as a defence stronghold, was founded in the end of the 1300's. The stronghold was then rebuilt at different times until the 1600's when it had become a castle with mainly an administrative function. At the end of the 1600's the castle was left to dilapidate. The castle has now been restored and is open for visitors.


Open 2019
May: May 2 to 31 daily 10-17
June, August, daily 10-17
July: daily 10-18
September: September 1 to 16 daily 10-17

Other times by appointment. Tel. + 358 (0) 18 432150

Entrance fees
Adults 7 €
Children 7-17 years, students, pensioners € 5
Combination ticket Kastelholm / White Bear € 7
(Applies only to adults, the ticket is not combined with group discount)
Family ticket € 18
(Valid for entry to the castle and the White Bear for 2 adults + children 7-17 years)
Groups of more than 10 people-20% discount if the admission tickets are paid as one transaction
Travel agents get 20% on the entrance price for groups with vouchers

Combination ticket
Kastelholm Castle / Vita Björn Prison Museum + Cultural History Museum of Åland / Åland Art Museum
Adults 10€
Students/Pensioners 8€


Free admission:
International Museum Day on 18 May and for the Autonomy Day on 9 June.



 


The Castle was originally built as a defence tower in the late 14th century.