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At the far end of the gardens is Kina Slott, a lavishly decorated Chinese pavilion built by King Adolf Fredrik as a birthday surprise for Queen Lovisa Ulrika (1753). Restored between 1989 and 1996, it boasts one of the finest rococo chinoiserie interiors in Europe. There’s a cafe on the premises serving good waffles, and the admission price includes guided tours, which run at 11am, 1pm and 3pm daily from June to August (the schedule is reduced in May and September).