15 May–13 September: Daily 10:00–17:00*
Note! See closed sights and dates due to the Royal Wedding
14 September–14 May: Tuesday–Sunday 10:00–16:00*
*Note! The Royal Apartments may close fully or partly in conjunction with official receptions of His Majesty The King. See upcoming closing dates
Epiphany – open
Good Friday – closed
Easter Sunday – open
Easter Monday – closed
May 1 – open
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 – the Royal Apartments are open
New Year's Day – the Royal Apartments are open
Adults SEK 150
Children 7–17 years old and students SEK 75
Free entrance for children under 7 years of age in the company of a guardian.
Includes visit to the Royal Apartments, the Treasury and the Tre Kronor Museum within seven days. From 15 May to 14 September, Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities is also included. The ticket gives 50% discount to the Royal Armoury.
The entrance fee includes guided tours. During regular opening hours several guided tours are available to visitors. These tours cannot be booked in advance. For pre-booking for large groups see Group Visits.
A guided tour takes approximately 45 minutes. The number of places on each tour is limited. To join a tour you need to buy a ticket to the palace and also ask for a free ticket to the tours you are interested in at one of our cash desks.
15 May–13 September: Daily:
11:00 The Royal Apartments (English)
11:00 The Treasury (German)
13:00 The Royal Apartments (Swedish)
13:00 The Treasury (English)
14:00 The Royal Apartments (English)
14:00 The Treasury (Swedish)
15:00 The Royal Apartments (German)
15:00 The Tre Kronor Museum (English)
16:00 The Royal Apartments (Swedish)
16:00 The Tre Kronor Museum (Swedish)
16:00 Gustv III's museum of Antiquities (English)
Guided tours Tuesday–Sunday during winter season, 15 September–14 May, in English and Swedish, see times here
Note! 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.