Drottningholm Palace is a palace complex and private residence of the Swedish Royal Family situated in Drottningholm in the Swedish County of Stockholm. The palace was opened in 1699 and is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list, mainly down to it being a good representation of European architecture from the period it was built. The palace is the main home for the Royal Family of Sweden when they are not carrying out official state duties.
Drottningholm is situated out of the city centre of Stockholm. You can get the train to ‘Brommaplan’ and then change onto a bus from outside the station to Drottningholm. The other way to get there is by car, follow route 275 towards Drottningholm.
Opening Times and Admission
Some areas of the palace are made accessible for visitors to have a look around, it is open daily from 10am-5pm and access to the museum comes at a cost of 130SEK for adults and 90SEK for concessions.