Drottningholm Palace

Group Visits

Drottningholm Palace is open for booked groups all year round. We offer tours of the palace's state rooms, the Royal Chapel, the park, Evert Lundquist's studio and the Museum de Vries.

Note!

In accordance to the latest stricter restrictions for the region of Stockholm, by the Public Health Agency, the decision has been made to close Drottningholm Palace and the Royal Palace in Stockholm from 30 October until further notice.

In accordance with the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s recommendations for smaller events, group visits will not be booked from now on and until further notice.

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Guided tours can be given in English or Swedish.

Drottningholm Palace
Charges for pre-booked tours of the palace:
SEK 1,000 during ordinary opening hours
SEK 1,900 immediately before or after ordinary opening hours
SEK 3,400 outside ordinary opening hours

These prices relate to 45 minute guided tours for groups of up to 30. Entry charges are not included.

Charges for pre-booked tours of the park or the Royal Chapel:
SEK 1,000 during ordinary opening hours
SEK 1,900 immediately before or after ordinary opening hours
SEK 3,400 outside ordinary opening hours

These prices relate to approximately 45 minute guided tours for groups of up to 30. Entry charges are included.

Evert Lundquist's studio
Tours of Evert Lundquist's studio are given from May to August.

Charges for pre-booked tours:
SEK 1,000 during the Chinese Pavilion's ordinary opening hours
SEK 1,900 immediately before or after the Chinese Pavilion's ordinary opening hours
SEK 3,400 outside the Chinese Pavilion's ordinary opening hours

These prices relate to two 30 minute guided tours for groups of up to 15.

The Museum de Vries
Charges for pre-booked tours:
SEK 1,900 during Drottningholm Palace's ordinary opening hours
SEK 3,400 at other times

These prices relate to 45 minute guided tours for groups of up to 30.
Entry charges are not included:
Adults SEK 100
Children aged 7 to 17 and students SEK 50
Free entry for children under the age of 7 if accompanied by a guardian

Booking

You can book by e-mail, see the form under Contact us

You can also book by calling +46 (0)8 402 61 00 on weekdays between 9:00 and 12:00.

In the message state the wishes according date, time, site and number of persons in the group. We will answer you as soon as possible.

All bookings are binding and cancellations must be made three weekdays before the designated tour date. If a cancellation is made less than three weekdays before the visit, the cost of the tour will be charged to the visiting party.

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Take your children and grandchildren on a trip to Drottningholm. Here, you can go on a lion safari, hunt for gold and discover plants.

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