Free entry to The Royal Palace with the Stockholm Pass

The Royal Palace

Stockholm Pass Benefits:

Free entry to The Royal Palace
Normal Price: Adult: SEK 160, Child (7 -17): SEK 80

Visit one of the most impressive palaces in the world, the Royal Palace of Stockholm. The palace dates back to the 18th century and is one of the most interesting historic buildings in Stockholm. Uncover the rich past of the Swedish royal family and learn about the day to day lives of the modern monarchy.

Highlights

  • Tre Kronor Museum
  • The Treasury
  • King Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities
  • Guided Tour of The Royal Apartments
  • The Royal Chapel
  • The Hall of State and rooms of the Royal Orders

Did you know

  • The architecture of the palace is in the baroque style, designed by the architect Nicodemus Tessin.
  • There are over 600 rooms in the Royal Palace, split over seven floors with the state apartment facing the city and smaller rooms facing the inner courtyard.
  • The Bernadotte Library contains the royal book collection with approximately 100,000 books

Things to see

    • The Royal Apartments

      The Royal Apartments are the group of rooms collectively used for hosting royal events and receptions. They include the State Apartments, the Bernadotte Apartments and the Guest Apartment, the Hall of State and the rooms of the Royal Orders. Visitors can admire the stunning décor and interiors for Royal use and art which offers great insight into the tastes of the 18th century and over the centuries, including Gustav III’s bedroom, Oskar II’s writing room and King Carl Gustaf’s Jubilee Room. As well as the banquet hall for galas and the Guest Apartment which host the visiting dignitary during state visits.

    • The Tre Kronor Museum

      In this museum you can learn more about the Tre Kronor Palace in Stockholm, destroyed by a fire in 1697. The museum tells of the story from its origins as a fort, through to an opulent Renaissance palace. A visit to the museum will also take you through a surviving defence wall dating back to the 1200s.

    • The Treasury

      See the Swedish royal family’s crown jewels and regalia in the palace’s Royal Treasury. Housed in the dark vaults in the cellar these priceless regalia are under lock and key. See Gustav Vasa´s sword of state, Erik XIV´s crown, sceptre and orb and Lovisa Ulrika´s crown – among other crowns and the silver baptismal font from 1696 which is still being used by the Royal family.

    • King Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities

      King Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities is deemed one of the oldest museum’s in Europe, opening first in 1794. Thanks to King Gustav III and his keen interest in art and antiquities, we can enjoy and appreciate his personal collection of 200 sculptures which he procured from Italy and around Europe.

Current Exhibitions

Royal Wedding Dresses

The exhibition ‘Royal Wedding Dresses’ is on display until 12 March 2017 in one of Sweden's most magnificent rooms: the Hall of State at the Royal Palace of Stockholm.  The exhibition features five Royal wedding dresses, including those worn by The Crown Princess, Princess Sofia and Princess Madeleine, which will be on display for the first time since their weddings!

‘Royal Wedding Dresses’ is open Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00–16:00, until 12 March 2017

Please note: The guided tours costs SEK 20 extra and can be purchased at the ticket office in the Royal Palace. The Royal Apartments may close fully or partly in conjunction with official receptions of His Majesty The King.

How to get there:

Bus: 2, 43, 55, 76, Hop On-Hop Off

Subway: Gamla Stan

Boat: Hop On-Hop Off

see the: full list of attractions included

Winter Season
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10.00 - 16.00
Wednesday 10.00 - 16.00
Thursday 10.00 - 16.00
Friday 10.00 - 16.00
Saturday 10.00 - 16.00
Sunday 10.00 - 16.00
Summer Season
Monday 10.00 - 17.00
Tuesday 10.00 - 17.00
Wednesday 10.00 - 17.00
Thursday 10.00 - 17.00
Friday 10.00 - 17.00
Saturday 10.00 - 17.00
Sunday 10.00 - 17.00

Closed: December 24 - 25

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Address:

Slottsbacken 1, Stockholm

Telephone:

+46 8 402 61 30