Gustav III's Pavilion

Practical information, Access

Coat Check
Large bags and back packs must be stored during your visit. Umbrellas must be placed in the umbrella stand.

Toilets
No toilets at the pavilion. Several toilets located in the park. Please ask the pavilion personnel for locations.

Parking
Car park approximately 750m from the pavilion. See Getting here in the menu to the right for more information.

Baby carriages
Baby carriages are not permitted in the pavilion.

Photographing and filming are allowed for private use – without flash/lights, tripods, selfie sticks or other fixed equipment – as long as it does not disturb other visitors, guided tours, or other activity at the palace. Photographing and filming with 360 camera or drone camera is not allowed. Commercial or other arranged photography or filming are not allowed.

For commersial use, premission in advance is needed from the Information Department at the Royal Court, at photo@royalcourt.se.

Mobile phones must be turned off during your visit.

Ticket sales
Ticket are sold at the pavilion in conjunction with the guided tours.

Elevator information
No elevator to the upper floor. The lower floor are accessible for wheelchairs.

Steps/Ramps
A difference in level from the entrance hall to the lower floor. Ramps are available.

Toilets
No toilets at the pavilion. Wheelchair accessible toilets are located in Haga Park at Koppartälten (500m from the pavilion).

Parking
Car park (gravel) approximately 750 m from the pavilion. See Getting here in the menu to the right for more information. Possibility to park closer to the pavilion if needed, please call for permission and information.

Companions
Companions to visitors with disabilities have free admission.

Contact
For more information about accessibility call: +46 8 402 61 00, weekdays 9:00–12:00

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