“As it stands, the entire estate creates a powerful impression, characterised by grandeur and filled with surprises in every season of the year. The disciplined greenery around the stone house surrounds it like walls which seem to protect it as it stands on the brow of the hill jutting out into Lake Mälaren.” (Sigurd Wallin: Gronsoo)


Gronsoo Manor, built in 1611 by Chancellor Johan Skytte, was surrounded from the very beginning by gardens, which were developed successively and today offer a unique view of Swedish garden history. Traces and structures can be observed from at least five different time periods.


The von Ehrenheim family home at Grönsöö represents a rich and diverse example of Swedish fine arts and handicrafts from three centuries combined with well preserved interiors. It is a remarkable example of a living cultural environment embracing the manor, park and orchards together with farming and forestry.