Livrustkammaren, the Royal Armoury, is the oldest museum in all of Sweden and is located in the center of Stockholm. The museum is located in the basement of the Stockholm Palace where all kinds of objects about the military history of Sweden and about the royal family are exhibited. The museum was opened in 1628 by Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden. A highlight in the Royal Armoury museum in Stockholm is a drinking horn taken by the Swedish army, from Jaktorów in Poland, during the Swedish invasion of Poland between 1655 - 1660.
Tuesday–Sunday 11 am–5 pm
Thursday 11 am-8 pm
1 January, 29 March close at 5 pm, 30 March, 22-23 June, 24-26 December, 31 December
This museum has no entrance fee!
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