Riddarholm Church

Swedish: Riddarholmskyrkan

Visit to the tourist attraction of Sweden - Riddarholm Church: is the burial church of the Swedish monarchs and was opened approximately in 1300. It was originally built as a Catholic monastery church of the Grey Friar's Abbey, founded in 1270, belonging to the Franciscans, after the donation of the King Magnus III of Sweden. Thus, it is oldest preserved building of Stockholm, as well as Stockholm's best preserved medieval abbey church.

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All Swedish monarchs from Gustav II Adolf to Gustaf V, are entombed here, with the exception of the Queen Christina. They are divided into three different graves: Gustavian, Karolin and Bernadotten. There are also two medieval tombs in front of the church's high altar: medieval the Kings Magnus III of Sweden and Charles VIII of Sweden buried here.

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Admission fees

  • Adults: 50 SEK
  • Students with International Student Identity Card: 25 SEK
  • Childrens 7-17 years: 25 SEK
  • Childrens under 7 years: free

Guided tours in English

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

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Group Guided Tours

Pre-Order are required to groups, and takes approximately for groups of maximum 30 visitors.

Regular opening hours: 1000 SEK, plus admission fees 50 SEK to Adults and 25 SEK to Students.

Evening, Saturday, Sunday, holiday: 3400 SEK, plus admission fees 50 SEK to Adults and 25 SEK to Students.

Address & Geo coordinates

  • Visit to Riddarholm Church
  • Riddarholmen
  • Gamla Stan - Old Town
  • Stockholm
  • Sweden

Latitude: 59.324681

Longitude: 18.064578