Livrustkammaren

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General Information

The Livrustkammaren (Royal Armoury Museum) is a museum dedicated to Swedish military history and Swedish Royalty, situated at the Royal Palace in Stockholm, Sweden. The museum was established in 1628 by King Gustavus Adolphus and is Sweden’s oldest museum. As well as mementoes from battles, the museum is full of mementoes from Royal engagements such as weddings from over the years.

Getting there

The museum is situated at the Royal Palace in the Gamla Stan area of Stockholm. By train, get off at ‘Gamla Stan’ station stop and walk 5 minutes through the Old Town to the palace. You can also get Buses to Slottsbacken or Riddarhustorget which are a 5-minute walk (via street Storkyrkobrinken).

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is open six days a week, Tuesday to Sunday 11am-5pm except for Thursday when the museum closes at 8pm. Admission to the museum is free.

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