The Chinese Pavilion (Swedish Kina slott), located in the grounds of the Drottningholm Palace park, is a Chinese inspired royal pavilion originally built between 1753 1769. The pavilion is currently one of Sweden Royal Palaces and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.The first building was a simple pavilion with two wings in Chinese style. The buildings were prefabricated at Arsenalsgatan in Stockholm. They were made in the log cabin technique and shipped to Drottningholm where they were assembled. The architects were probably Carl Harleman and Carl Johan Cronstedt. Everything was finished and in place in time for Queen Lovisa Ulrika birthday on 24 July 1735. The pavilion was a surprise gift to the Queen from King Adolf Frederick. At the presentation, she received the gold key to the castle from the young Crown Prince Gustav (later King Gustav III), seven years old, dressed as a Chinese mandarin.