The Royal Palace

Guided tours

Note!

In accordance to the latest stricter restrictions for the region of Stockholm, by the Public Health Agency, the decision has been made to close Drottningholm Palace and the Royal Palace in Stockholm from 30 October until further notice.

In accordance with the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s recommendations and the Government’s directives the guided tours of the palace are cancelled until further notice.

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A guided tour will ensure that your visit to the palace is particularly memorable. Our knowledgeable guides bring objects to life, putting them into their historical contexts

These tours cannot be booked in advance. To join a guided tour you buy an entrance ticket and a tour ticket 30 SEK at the cash desks. The guided tours are free of charge for children under 18 years of age (additional entrance ticket for child 7–17 years of age).

The guided tours takes approximately 45 minutes.  

The number of places on each tour is limited. To book a guided tour for larger groups, see menu Group Visits.

Guided tours in English daily*

January–May, September–December:
10:30 The Royal Apartments
13:30 The Royal Apartments
14:30 The Treasury

June–August:
10.30 The Royal Apartments
13.30 The Royal Apartments
14:30 The Treasury
15.30 The Royal Apartments

*When the Royal Apartments close fully or partly in conjunction with official receptions of His Majesty The King, the guided tour will take place in one of the Palace's museums.

Audio guides

Audio guides are available in the Bernadotte Apartments and Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities.

Guided tours of the palace are given in several languages. Photo: Kate Gabor/Royalpalaces.se

Our guides will take you on a historical tour of the palace's rooms. Tours are given daily. Photo: Kate Gabor/Royalpalaces.se

A guided tour will ensure that your visit to the palace is particularly memorable. Photo: Kate Gabor/Royalpalaces.se

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