Skattkammaren - Museum in Stockholm, Sweden



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Address

Slottsbacken 1, 111 30 Stockholm, Sweden

Website

http://kungligaslotten.se

Contact

+46 8 402 61 00

Rating on Google Maps

4.20 (91 reviews)

Working Hours

  • Sunday: 10AM to 4PM
  • Monday: 10AM to 4PM
  • Tuesday: 10AM to 4PM
  • Wednesday: 10AM to 4PM
  • Thursday: 10AM to 4PM
  • Friday: 10AM to 4PM
  • Saturday: 10AM to 4PM

Reviews

  • 5Igor M. 4 years ago
    Impressive. Entrance fee for all exhibitions within Royal Palace is about 15e and it's valid for 7 days. Must see!

  • 4RJ K. 1 year ago
    Beauty of the art are hidden within this building. You can't just judge from outer appearances as beautiful art works are to be found inside. It's definitely worth the visit and breathtaking.

  • 4Bonnie H. 3 years ago
    The treasury shows the amazing and intricate hardware of state for the Swedish Royal Family, and also describes a little about the background and significance of each piece. Pictures of the various crowns, scepters, etc not permitted.

  • 4& Carmen S. 1 year ago
    Lighting is not the best, they can renew that! Other then that, I would really recommend seeing this! Very nice jewelry. Also think that it is an unique experience to see all the jewelry so close!

  • 4W. 2 years ago
    I bought a ticket which allows to visit all 3 royal sites, so it is not expensive to go. Unfortunately we are not allow to take any photo inside Skattkarmmaren. It displays crowns of various members of the Swedish royal family. I think the place is too dark to read the paper description of each crown jewel. Anyway, the ticket covers other two royal sites.

  • 4Rachel van der Meer (Miss S. 4 years ago
    Contains a great amount of jewelry of the Swedish royal family, sadly photography was prohibited. Interesting though is that after seeing the items in their cabinets. I could later recognise them in all the paintings present in the castle and in Gripsholm castle, located about a hour drive from stockholm.

  • 3A B. 3 years ago
    Far too expensive for the two small rooms; go if it is of utmost importance to you or if it is park of an included package (ie Stockholm Pass, etc.). Beautiful jewels but almost no information included aside from a basic title of what the object is. Takes about 30 minutes total if you really stay and linger to admire each object in its case. Photography is not allowed inside the treasury, and baby prams are also not allowed.

  • 3Miles M. 3 years ago
    The only part of the Royal Palace where photography is not allowed. It's Sweden answer to the "Crown Jewels" at the Tower of London in England, but nothing like as impressive. A small collection but as was included in the "Stockholm Pass" it cost no extra to see.



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Last updated: 2022-04-24