The Treasury

The Treasury at The Royal Palace. Photo: The Royal Court/Alexis Daflos.
In dark cellar vaults at the Royal Palace the monarchy's most important symbols - the regalia - are kept in safe-keeping.

Here you can see Gustav Vasa´s sword of state, Erik XIV´s crown, sceptre and orb and Lovisa Ulrika´s crown.

Several of The Princes and Princesses' crowns are also on view as well as the silver baptismal font from 1696, which is still used at royal baptisms.
 
Everywhere you look you will see fascinating and exclusive art, steeped in exciting history.  

Previously, the regalia could only be seen at the opening of parliament and other formal state ceremonies. However, since 1970, they are now permanently exhibited in the Treasury.