The Royal Palaces

A site about the Royal Palaces.

In connection with the current situation regarding the spread of the new coronavirus, HM The King has decided that public operations at t...

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The ticking of timepieces in room after room is symbolic of today’s living palace. Most of the clocks in the grand apartments of the Roya...

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Situated in Stockholm City and part of the Royal National City Park, Haga Park is one of Sweden's most-visited recreation area.

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Haga bears witness to King Gustav III's yearning for a rural idyll and great luxury. The guests invited here by the king include the poet...

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Experience the Museum of Antiquities in 360°. The Royal Palace's stone galleries is housing Gustav III's collection of sculptures. Click ...

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King Gustav III's collection of ancient sculptures has an eventful history, including a volcanic eruption, degenerating excavations, inco...

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The Royal Walks app guides you along a scenic stroll through Djurgården, from Djurgården Bridge and along the waterfront to the Royal sum...

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The "Look at the rugs – find me" exhibition will be extended until the autumn, in the hope that we can re-open to visitors later this yea...

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After 164 years at Slussen, the equestrian statue depicting Bernadotte's entry into Stockholm has a new home. And after many years, the s...

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Our Palaces and Royal sites

Welcome to one of Europe's largest and most dynamic palaces. The Royal Palace of Stockholm is His Majesty The King's official residence a...

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Drottningholm Palace is on UNESCO's World Heritage list. It is the most well-preserved royal castle built in the 1600s in Sweden and at t...

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On the shores of Lake Mälaren, Gripsholm Castle towers powerfully and fairytale-like over the idyllic small town of Mariefred in Söderman...

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"I was glad that you could catch a glimpse of life on Djurgården, that you could see how the majesty of the oak trees depends on people p...

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FAQ

  • Do I have to buy the entrance ticket to the Royal Palace on the web page?
    No, it is also possible to buy the entrance ticket at the entrance to the Royal Palace on the day for the visit. The ticket is valid for one day.
  • Am I allowed to take pictures inside the royal palaces?
    Photography and filming for private use are permitted inside and outside the palaces. However, flashes/lamps, tripods, selfie sticks and other fixed equipment must not be used, and you must not disturb other visitors, tours or any other activities.This permission does not apply to commercial or other organised photography or filming. For photography and filming for other purposes, please contact the Marketing Department.The Royal Palace of Stockholm, Drottningholm Palace and Haga Palace are specially classified facilities, and the following rules apply:
    • The Royal Palace of Stockholm: photography and filming from the air are forbidden.
    • Drottningholm Palace: photography and filming from the air are forbidden.
    • Haga Palace: photography and filming from the air are forbidden. Nor may Haga Palace be photographed or filmed from the ground.
  • When is the Drottningholm garden open?
    The garden is open around the clock. There is no entrance fee.
  • Can I get around by wheelchair/walking frame at the royal palaces?
    Circumstances differ at the various venues. Please look for more information under the heading "Visit us" for the venue you wish to visit or contact our reservations department on +46 (0)8-402 61 00.

Welcome to a boutique that is something out of the ordinary. The Royal Gift Shop is a unique present and souvenir shop offering products with a connection to the Royal Collections.

 

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Discover the articles and videos about the palace's history and highlights. In the archive you will find images and stories about selected items from the Royal Collections.

 

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