You can explore the palace by yourself. Wander through the State Apartments, see the Royal Regalia at the Treasury, and find out about the palace's mediaeval history at the Tre Kronor Museum. Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities is included in the admission price during the summer season. Tickets also included guided tours, which are held ten times each day.
The Royal Chapel will be open from 28 May onwards, and a commemorative exhibition about Prince Bertil opens on 6 June. The summer café in the Inner Courtyard also opens on 6 June.
Don't miss the Royal Gift Shop, where you will find gifts with a link to the Royal Collections.
Find your way around the palace, and find out more about the various attractions: