Timings : Mid-May - Mid-September: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM,
Closed rest of the year and mondays.
Entry Fee : Adult: SEK 150,
Child: SEK 75,
valid for 7 days
The Royal Palace of Stockholm is one of the largest palaces in all of Europe, with over 600 rooms, and serves as the official residence of the King of Sweden.
One of the many buildings in Stockholm that were made in the baroque style, the Royal palace dates back to the mid 18th century. It is open to the public and has inside it a total of 5 museums, such as that of the Royal Armoury, displaying the royal costumes and armour of times that have gone by. Other attractions on offer in the Palace are the reception rooms, still holding their 19th century essence. The soldiers' parade and changing of guard is something that should not be missed on your visit here. Of course, all this is possible in a Palace because this is only the official residence of the Monarch. His actual residence is in Drottningholm Palace.
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