Royal Stables Day
Welcome to Royal Stables Day. There will be exhibitions, historic cars, horses, carriage parades and refreshments. Take the opportunity to discover this unique location and get an insight into the work of the Royal Stables.
During Royal Stables Day, the buildings will be open for visitors to explore by themselves. Here you can see unique historic cars, The King's private cars, the stables, the blacksmith's workshop and the horses.
11:00 The doors will be opened
11.15-12.00 Guided tour
11:30-12:00 Concert by the Life Guards' Dragoon Music Corps
12:30-13:00 Parade with the Royal Stables' carriages and horses
13:30-14:00 Mounted police demonstration
14:30-15:00 Concert by the Life Guards' Dragoon Music Corps
15:30-16:00 Parade with the Royal Stables' carriages and horses
16.00-16.45 Guided tour
16:30-17:00 Concluding concert by the Life Guards' Dragoon Music Corps
During the day you can also meet our farrier Mats Holmstedt, who will be in the blacksmith's workshop. To mark the day, there will be an exhibition featuring a selection of cars from The King's private collection.
The Royal Stables' café, shop and geranium display will be open.
Enter via the gate to the Royal Stables closest to the Royal Dramatic Theatre.
Children 7–17 year 50 SEK
Children under 7 year free entrance.
The Royal Stables' history dates back to the time of King Gustav Vasa, and is a significant cultural asset in the form of the classic art of riding and the culture of the royal equipage.
Carriage in the yard at the Royal Stables. Photo: Charlotte Gawell