"A Short Visit to the Royal Palace" Kungliga Slottet - Royal Palace Tip by dimilag
Kungliga Slottet - Royal Palace, Stockholm: 94 reviews and 165 photos
The firstthing that you have to do when you visit Stockholm is the Royal Palace. The biggest part of the Palace is open to the public but strangely the photos are forbitten. The explanation is that photos are sold at the cafe of the Palace. Another way to earn money from the tourists. It consists of the following: the Apartments of the Orders of Chivalry, the Treasury, the Royal Apartments, the Museum of Antiquities of Gustav III, the Hall of State, the Tre Kronor Palace Museum and the Armoury.
According to the Royal Palace official site these are the Opening hours.
The opening hours for the Royal Apartments, the Treasury and the Tre Kronor Museum are as follows:
2-7 January: Tuesday-Sunday 12:00-15:00
8-31 January: closed
1 February-14 May: Tuesday-Sunday 12:00-15:00
15 September-30 December: Tues
15-31 May: Daily 10:00-16:00
1 June-31 August: Daily 10:00-17:00
1-14 September: Daily 10:00-16:00 day-Sunday 12:00-15:00
Epiphany - open
Good Friday - closed
Easter Sunday - open
Easter Monday - open
May 1 - closed
Ascension Day - open
June 6, Sweden´s National Day - open
Whit Monday - open
Midsummer Eve - open
Midsummer Day - open
All Saints Day - open
Christmas Eve - closed
Christmas Day - closed
Boxing Day - open
New Year´s Eve - closed
New Year´s Day - closed
Adults SEK 90, Children 7-18 years old and students SEK 35, Free entrance for children under 7 years of age in the company of a guardian.
Adults SEK 130, Children/students SEK 65, See the Royal Apartments, the Treasury and the Tre Kronor Museum with one and the same ticket. You can visit all three on one visit or divide up your visit - the ticket is valid for 30 days.
From 15 May to 14 September Gustav III´s Museum of Antiquities is also included in the combination ticket.
Directions: Gamla Stan
Phone: 0046 (0) 8 402 61 30
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