Stockholm’s only remaining medieval abbey, built in the late 1200s.
The church is the last resting place of the Swedish monarchs and aristocracy, including Gustav II Adolf, Karl XII, Gustav V and their consorts.
A quick visit. The coffins of several key Swedish monarchs can be viewed downstairs. Hanging on the walls of the church are the coats of arms of those inducted to the Order of the Seraphim, including Emperor Hirohito of Japan and Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek of the Republic of China.
AttractionsThis royal palace was built in 1644 and is now located in the Royal National City Park.
AttractionsWelcome to one of the largest palaces in Europe! The Royal Palace is the official residence of His Majesty the King of Sweden, with over 600 rooms.
EventsThe Drottningholm Palace celebrates the easter holiday. Open Daily during the week between April 14th-April 21st. You can choose to see the Palace by ...
AttractionsOne of the finest examples of late 18th century Swedish Gustavian style located in beautiful Hagaparken park surroundings.
Stockholm Visitors BoardCity of StockholmBox 16282, 103 25 Stockholm, Sweden / Visiting address: Stockholm Visitor Center, Sergels Torg 3Phone: +46 (0)8-508 28 508 (Stockholm Visitor Center), +46 (0)8-508 28 500 (Operator), E-mail: email@example.com