The National Property Board can offer a wide selection unique locations for hire. We manage castles, lighthouses, towers, forts, stables and palaces all over the country, all characterized by history and culture and offers a very special atmosphere.
Browse amongst our properties by geographical region and building type here: sfv.se/sok Or find your inspiration on our instagram account @statensfastighetsverk.
Apply for filming, photography or events at one of our properties
We kindly ask you to fill in an application with your request. If you are interested in several different locations, note this in the application, you do not need to make a new application for each one. If you don’t know which specific location you are looking for, rather have a selection of elements to describe it, please state these and we will get back to you. More details about the project may be requested.
Send your application via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
The application is free of charge. If a location is found, available for hire and selected an agreement for a Temporary lease will be drawn up to state the terms of the hire.
Price information is provided after the application has been submitted and evaluated, as it varies from location to location and will take into account the extent of the production. The entire location fees goes back to the property to support its conservation work.
General price indications:
- Land lease: from SEK 5,000 / day
- Photo: from SEK 5,000 / day
- Filming: from SEK 10,000 / day
- Event: from SEK 15,000 / day
Remember to submit your application well in advance, at least three weeks before the event is recommended in order for us to process your case. If your case concerns an event during the summer months, we need to have your application by May 31st.
Gathering in a public place
Have you applied for a permit with the local police for an event in a public location where the Swedish Property Agency is the landowner? Then you need to contact us to establish a temporary lease, fill in an application as above.
The National Property Board may refuse applications where there is a risk that the project or product does not live up to the state's values, or that there is a risk of permanent damage to properties, cultural or natural environments.
Welcome to contact us with your inquiry at email@example.com.