The Royal Palace

The palace for groups, corporate visitors and associations

For larger groups, we recommend a pre-booked tour with your own guide. Guided tours can be given in English or Swedish. We offer ready-made packages or tailored group tours to meet your requirements.

Note!

In accordance with the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s recommendations for smaller events, group visits will not be booked from now on and until further notice.

Already bookable groups will be contacted for rebooking.

The Palace is open for stroll rounds.
The Treasury and the Museum Three Crowns are temporarily closed.

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The Royal Palace of Stockholm has several apartments of state rooms, as well as three museums with their royal history and collections. The palace is also home to the Bernadotte Library, which can only be viewed as part of pre-booked group visits.

One of the following sights can be chosen for a guided tour lasting approximately 45 minutes (the Reception Rooms consist of several apartments, and an hour's guided tour covers one of these):

The Royal Apartments
The Treasury
The Museum Three Crowns (Museum Tre Kronor)
Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities
The Bernadotte Library

Tours can also be chosen according to specific interests, such as architecture, interiors, art or historic events.

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We offer groups tailored tours according to specific interests, and at any time. Photo: Kate Gabor/Royalpalaces.se

We also offer ready-made visit packages. Photo: Kate Gabor/Royalpalaces.se

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A guided tour will ensure that your visit to the palace is particularly memorable. Our knowledgeable guides bring objects to life, puttin...

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The palace's grand state rooms, the mediaeval gate at the Tre Kronor Museum and the crowns in the Treasury are just a few of the exciting...

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Events

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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The Thinking Hand is an annual scholarship competition for young draftsmen. The nominated entries will this year be exhibited at Royalp...

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When the Royal Chapel was brought into use in 1754, the chapel's organ was also newly built. Come and hear its fantastic range of tones! ...

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The Royal Apartments at the Palace are a collective name for the magnificent state rooms that are used at The King and Queen's receptions...

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In dark cellar vaults at the Royal Palace the Monarchy's most important symbols – the Regalia – are kept in safe-keeping. See fascinating...

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The Museum Three Crowns (Tre Kronor) is a museum dedicated to the original Tre Kronor Palace in Stockholm, which was destroyed in a viole...

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

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Welcome to one of Europe's oldest museums, which first opened its doors in 1794. Gustav III's collection of sculptures are shown in the P...

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The Royal Chapel features examples of architecture, décor and artworks by some of the leading masters of their times: Nikodemus Tessin th...

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Articles and movies

Royal Djurgården and the royal parks are open every day of the year, 24 hours a day – even during these unusual times. The large parks ha...

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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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FAQ

  • Is it possible to hire rooms at the royal palaces for dinner functions/events?

    Strömsholm Palace: The dining room in the Stone Kitchen can be hired for dinner functions.

    The other palaces: Room hire is not possible.

  • Are audio guides available for the royal palaces?

    The Royal Palace of Stockholm: An audio guide in Swedish and English is available for the Bernadotte Apartments and Gustav III’s Museum of Antiquities.

    The Chinese Pavilion: An audio guide is available in Swedish and English

    Audio guides are not available at present for the other palaces.

  • 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.

  • 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.
  • 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.

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