Royal Palace tour
Join our knowledgeable guides for a tour through the state rooms at the Royal Palace of Stockholm. During the tour, history will be brought to life by putting the collections and historical characters into context.
The Royal Apartments is the collective name for the state rooms used during royal representation. The preserved interiors give an insight into history from the early 18th century onwards, with each monarch having left their traces. For example, you can see King Gustav III's state bedchamber, King Oskar II's study and the most recently decorated room, King Carl XVI Gustaf's Jubilee Room.
The Royal Apartments also include the Hall of State, with Queen Kristina's silver throne.
You can wander through the apartments by yourself, but accompanying a museum educator through the state rooms will ensure that your visit is particularly memorable. Tours are for individual visitors, and cost SEK 30 in addition to the normal entry fee. Tour tickets can be purchased from the front desk when visiting.
Tours are given in Swedish and English. Times for the English tours are shown here.
Certain rooms may be closed in connection with HM The King's official receptions. On these occasions, tours will be moved to another part of the Royal Palace of Stockholm.
Photo: Kate Gabor/Royalpalaces.se