Kungliga Slottet , 111 30 Stockholm, Sweden
Royal Palace or Stockholm Palace, Kungliga Slottet in Swedish was built between 1697 and 1760 in the north-eastern portion of the Old Town. It is an official residence of the king, is being used for official ceremonies only and kept open for the public unless there is any state ceremony.
Actually, the Royal family is living at Drottningholm (Queen Island) in Ekerö. The Royal Palace consists 1430 rooms of which having 660 windows in them; it keeps apartments such as the State Apartments, the Guest Apartments and the Bernadotte Apartments for the Royal families.
Further it contains the Hall of State, the Royal Chapel, the Treasury with the Regalia of Sweden, Livrustkammaren and the Tre Kronor Museum former castle. The National Library of Sweden is housed Bernadotte Library and The Slottsarkivet is located on the Chancery division. Royal Court of Sweden offices are situated in the palace where around 200 employees work. The Palace and the Royal Family are being guarded by royal guards since 1523.
Adults 150 SEK
Children 7-17 Years75 SEK
Free entrance for children under 7 Years
15 May to 13 September – daily 10:00-16:00
14 September to 14 May: Tuesday-Sunday Mondays Closed in winter
Address Kungliga Slottet S-111 30 Stockholm, Sweden
Contact No.+46 8 402 61 30