The Jubilee Ticket

Take a 500-year journey through Royal history. To mark the jubilee year, a Jubilee ticket is being launched which includes visits to all the Royal sites and this year's major exhibition.

2023 is a double jubilee year. It is 500 years since Gustav Vasa was elected king by the parliamentary session – on 6 June 1523, which is also Sweden's National Day – and it is also our current King's 50th jubilee as Head of State.

The ten Royal palaces encompass five hundred years of history. The palaces have been key locations and cultural environments throughout history, and two hundred years of peace have resulted in some of Sweden's – and Europe's – best preserved interiors and collections.

Step into history

Walk in the footsteps of rulers and experience five centuries of changing styles: Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Gustavian, Empire and 19th century. See the locations where historic events have played out, and where history is still made.

The Jubilee ticket, includes entry to the Royal sites – 500 years for SEK 500! The ticket entitles the holder to unlimited visits during 2023.

The Jubilee ticket
The Jubilee ticket provides free entry to the Royal sites during 2023 (see menu Royal palaces and sites), including the 'Vasa to Bernadotte' exhibition at the Royal Palace. The Jubilee ticket can be purchased at the ticket desks of the Royal sites. The ticket is personal. It is valid for entry, and you should show it at the front desk every time you visit. The Jubilee ticket also gives a 15% discount on books at the Royal Gift Shop's physical shops.

Please note that certain sites are only open during the summer. Check the opening hours for individual sites to plan your visits for the current season.

Book your visit in advance
Gustav III's Pavilion, Strömsholm Palace, Tullgarn Palace, Ulriksdal Palace, Rosersberg Palace, Rosendal Palace and the Royal Stables are only open for guided tours. You can prebook your visit online. The 'From Vasa to Bernadotte' exhibition can also be prebooked to ensure access at a specific time. In order to book your visit in advance, you must have collected the physical card from one of our front desks.