The Riddarholmen Church

Practical information, Access

Mobile phones

Should be set to silent mode during the visit.

Parking

No visitor parking by the church. Car park at Riddarholmen that are managed by the City of Stockholm.

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.

Toilets

No toilets in the church. Toilets are located by the Riddarholmen car park, Wrangelska backen/Gymnasiegränd. Citytoilet, charge SEK 5.

Entrance

Wheelchair accessible entrance via the entrance on the north long side of the church. Personal stuff will open after ringing the entrance phone, marked with a symbol. Due to the inaccessible ticket desk, visitors in wheelchair has free entrance.

Steps/Ramps

Ramps are available where there is a few steps or differences in levels inside the church.

Toilets

No wheelchair accessible toilets at the church. Toilets are located by the car park at the ship Mälardrottningen. Charge: SEK 5.

Parking

A parking place for disabled are available next to the wheelchair accessible entrance.

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

Riddarholmskyrkan Riddarholmen Church

Here you will find information about accessibility to the church. Photo: Royalpalaces.se

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Opening hours: Closed