Combine the royal sights of Stockholm with this unique combo ticket. The ticket includes the guided Royal Canal boat tour and five attractions at the Royal Palace including Riddarholmen Church.
The Royal Palace and its attractions
Located in the Old Town, the Royal Palace in Stockholm is considered to be one of Europe's largest and most vibrant castles. The castle was built in the Baroque style by the Swedish architect, Nicodemus Tessin the Younger. The castle has more than 600 rooms spread across 11 floors. All state rooms face the city, while the smaller living rooms face the inner courtyard. Nowadays, the Royal Palace is a combination of royal residence, workplace and cultural-historical monument.
The magnificent Royal Apartments are the state rooms used for the King and Queen's receptions. The well-preserved interiors provide historical insight from the 18th century onwards.
In the Royal Treasury, you can see the Princes' and Princesses' crowns, King Gustav Vasa’s swords of state from the 1500s, and a silver baptismal font from 1696, which is still used at royal baptisms.
The Museum Three Crowns is dedicated to the history of the palace. To access the museum, you have to pass through the five-metre thick defence wall that dates back to the 14th century.
Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities opened in 1794, and is one of Europe’s oldest public museums. It showcases sculptures purchased by King Gustav, a great lover of art and antiquities. The sculptures all stand in their original positions in the galleries.
Riddarholmen Church is the final resting place of most Swedish monarchs, and is one of Stockholm’s oldest buildings, with some parts dating back to the late 13th century.
The Royal Canal Tour - guided sightseeing by boat
The Royal Canal tour is a guided boat tour through the Djurgården canal in the Royal National City Park - see historical buildings and stunning scenery. Commentary in 11 languages.
Hot and cold drinks, pastries, sandwiches and snacks are available to buy at the onboard bar.