Museum Tre Kronor - The Royal Palace and its collection

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Museum Tre Kronor is a museum in Stockholm dedicated to the old castle Tre Kronor and is housed in the Stockholm Palace. The museum is located in the rooms that used to be kitchens in the Tre Kronor Castle and are thus the oldest rooms in the Palace, some dating back to the 14th century. The Museum Tre Kronor features an exhibition about the old castle Tre Kronor which was destroyed during a fire in 1697. The museum exhibits several models that show the Stockholm castle's appearance at different times from the defense castle to the castle fire in 1697. In addition, objects that were rescued from the fire are shown.

History & Anthropology  History & Anthropology

Museum Tre Kronor - The Royal Palace
Kungliga slottet
111 30 Stockholm
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Visitor information Museum Tre Kronor - The Royal Palace

Opening hours

October to April
Tuesday to Sunday: 10.00-16.00

May to September.
Daily from 10.00-17.00

Admission

7 – 17SEK 80.00
AdultsSEK 160.00

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Kungliga slottet, Stockholm

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