The Riddarholmen Church is open for the season. Explore the church by yourself or join a guided tour of the final resting place of the Swedish kings and Stockholm's only preserved mediaeval abbey.
The Riddarholmen Church is open daily from May to September between 10:00 and 17:00.
Come on a guided tour of the royal burial church and listen to tales from the church's long history. Guided tours take around 40 minutes. To take part in a tour, buy your entry ticket at the ticket counter just before the tour begins.
Guided tours are given daily from May to September, in Swedish at 13:30 and in English at 14:30.
The Riddarholmen Church is open for independent visits. You can read the information signs as you make your way around the church. You can also purchase a guide to find out more about the church.
Entry tickets for the Riddarholmen Church can be purchased at the ticket counter or online.
Combination tickets are available for those who also want to visit the Royal Palace of Stockholm. Combination tickets include entry to the Riddarholmen Church, the Royal Apartments at the Royal Palace of Stockholm, the Treasury, the Tre Kronor Museum and Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities within seven days.
Every summer, the Riddarholmen Church presents a concert programme featuring some of Sweden's leading classical and Gregorian musicians. The concerts are included in the normal entry fee for the church.