Articles, movies, 360°

Sweden’s royal cultural heritage is a never-ending source of knowledge, inspiration and experiences.
The page is refreshed continuously with articles, films and VR tours. Select the category and/or location in the search filter.

We are delighted to resume the tradition of National Day Celebrations at the Royal Palace! Welcome to a full day featuring free entry to ...

Read more

This summer, a piece of history that has often been overlooked and taken for granted in our public parks will be on display on Royal Djur...

Read more

We are delighted to be reopening all the Royal sites for the 2022 summer season. The season for some of our Royal Palaces begins in May.

Read more

In the Royal collections there are two bureaus made by Christian Linning, one of the leading Rococo cabinetmakers in Sweden. These commod...

Read more

Visit the exhibition 'Daisy: Crown Princess Margareta' from the comfort of your own home. Step into her apartment at the Royal Palace and...

Tickets

A very early copy of the American Declaration of Independence hangs on a wall at Rosersberg Palace. Sweden was the first state outside th...

Read more

Hunt for lions, find flowers and discover the Palace's gold. Challenging image hunts in the rooms of Drottningholm Palace is hosted for c...

Read more

Discover the Rococo style at Drottningholm Palace, with a fun and educational image hunt for adults. Rococo was a playful, graceful style...

Tickets

Welcome to the home of royalty! Many kings and queens have called the Royal Palace home. Can you find them? Our image hunts for children ...

Read more

The rooms furnished by King Gustav III for his sister Princess Sofia Albertina at Gripsholm Castle are some of the castle's most beautifu...

Read more

King Gustaf V, Queen Victoria and their children spent many unforgettable summers together at Tullgarn Palace in the Trosa Archipelago.

Read more

On a beautiful summer's day, 28 June 1909, world history came to Tullgarn. The Russian Tsar Nicholas II's 112 metre yacht Standart, richl...

Read more

The Royal Walks app offers walks in beautiful settings through several of our royal parks. The app now also includes a guide to the area ...

Read more

"Now it's time to paint the old man!" This is how the artist Anders Zorn was greeted by King Oskar II when he arrived at the Royal Palace...

Read more

From early May, "The King's sheep" graze on Royal Djurgården – a tradition dating back more than a century. Grazing animals are hired in ...

Read more

An audio guide, available via your smartphone, has been created for the Bernadotte Apartments – the rooms at the Royal Palace named after...

Read more

'Look at the rugs – find me' – the previous popular exhibition featured the works of Märta Måås-Fjetterström is available from home!

Read more

The artists of this year’s exhibition at Royal Djurgården in Stockholm is Yinka Shonibare CBE. Shonibare’s sculpture will be inaugurated ...

Read more

One of the priceless artefacts on display in the Treasury at the Royal Palace of Stockholm is Sweden's Queen's Crown. This differs from t...

Read more

The Thinking Hand is an annual scholarship competition for young draftsmen. The nominated entries are ususal exhibited at the Gustav II...

Read more

National Day celebration at the Royal Palace 6 June 2022 Subject to changes. See map with numbered entrances below on this page. Fre...

Tickets

In the middle of Rosendal Palace's main state room, the Lantern Room, stands a very special table. It was a gift from the King of France,...

Tickets

Many visitors to the Bernadotte Apartments at the Royal Palace stand and look at one particular portrait which is radically different to ...

Read more

A single oil painting hangs in Gustav III's Pavilion in Haga Park. It was commissioned by the king himself, when he met the artist Alexan...

Tickets

For several hundred years, Gripsholm Castle was used as a prison. Three kings, an archbishop and countless common thieves have all been i...

Read more

In the Chinese Salon at Drottningholm Palace stands a bureau made by one of Sweden's most famous furniture makers of all time: King Gusta...

Read more

King Gustaf V liked to celebrate Christmas at Drottningholm, where the festivities were more low key. Only three trees were decorated, th...

Read more

King Oskar II continued to develop the traditions established during the reign of his brother, King Karl XV. Some were retained, while ot...

Read more

Sweden's kings have celebrated Christmas for as long as the tradition has been observed in Sweden. (The least Christmassy celebrations ar...

Read more

The Royal Palace and Drottningholm Palace are open for visitors. We plan to reintroduce ordinary opening hours for visitor activities at ...

Read more

Bläddra i träfflistan

Category

Royal Palaces