Stockholm Palace

Also known as: The Royal Palace

Swedish: Kungliga slottet or Stockholms slott

Visit to the tourist attraction of Sweden - the royal residence Stockholm Palace: the present palace was designed by Nicodemus Tessin the Younger and was build on the site of the medieval Tre Kronor Castle, which had been destroyed in a fierce fire on 7 May 1697. The Palace is the official residence and major royal palace of the Swedish monarch.

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When Tessin died in 1728, the palace was completed by Carl Hårleman, who designed many of the palace's original rococo interiors. The palace was not ready to use until 1754, when King Adolf Frederick and Queen Louisa Ulrika moved in, but some interior work proceeded until the 1770s.


The palace contains apartments for the Royal families, representation and festivities such as the State Apartments, the Guest Apartments and the Bernadotte Apartments. More features are the Hall of State, the Royal Chapel, the Treasury with the Regalia of Sweden, Livrustkammaren and the Tre Kronor Museum located in the remaining cellar vaults from the former castle.

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Admission fees

  • Adult: 160 SEK
  • Student with International Student Identity Card: 80 SEK
  • Children 7-17 years: 80 SEK
  • Children under 7 years: free

Guided tours in English

These tours cannot be booked in advance. The guided tour takes approximately .

The costs of the tour: 20 SEK, plus admission fees per each visitor.


The Royal Apartments Daily: , , .

The Treasury Daily: .

The Tre Kronor Museum Saturday and Sunday: .

Group Guided Tours

For group tours Pre-Order are needed, and available in English, takes approximately for groups of maximum 30 visitors.

Regular opening hours: 1000 SEK, plus admission fees 120 SEK to Adult and 60 SEK to Student.

Evening, Saturday, Sunday, holiday: 3400 SEK, plus admission fees 120 SEK to Adult and 60 SEK to Student.

Address & Geo coordinates

  • Visit to Stockholm Palace
  • Slottsbacken 1
  • Gamla Stan - Old Town
  • Stockholm
  • Sweden

Latitude: 59.326822

Longitude: 18.071719


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