Royal Treasury (Skattkammaren), Stockholm

(1.9/5 based on 130 reviews on the web)
Marvel at the country's greatest treasures at Royal Treasury (Skattkammaren), a museum within the vaults of the Royal Palace in Stockholm. Here you'll find the monarchy's regalia and precious objects, including Erik XIV's crown, royal scepter, and apple. Other highlights include Gustav Vasa's sword, Charles XI's silver baptismal, and the king's crown used between 1909 and 1970. Arrange to visit Royal Treasury (Skattkammaren) and other attractions in Stockholm using our Stockholm travel itinerary planner.
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  • And cleanliness of the room is not so big, but are easy to get. Good to learn about the Royal family. It is very beautiful.
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  • The Museum is small, has only two rooms, but it's pretty interesting. There is some exposure, as well as crowns scepters, swords and other objects from the collection of jewels of Sweden. Is cituado in the Royal Palace, the entrance to the Museum is included in the entrance to the Palace.
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  • The treasure of the Crown is housed in a vault below the Royal Palace in Gamla. The visit is included in the Stockholm card (recommended) and is part of the triptych of museums to visit inside the Castle. I say frankly, I expected something more "full-bodied", they are actually only 3 rooms, although the view of exhibits worth visiting. Crowns, scepters, swords, and cloaks presents are the protagonists of the exhibition; Once again, despite the excellence of the artifacts, there is the perception of glitz but of sobriety, oxymoron though that recurs frequently in this beautiful land of Northern Europe. The exhibition is very "dark", which is dimly lit. While I understand the need to maintain the fabrics, and precious artifacts and therefore not aggression with lights dimmed, perhaps, direct warm light shoot of the plant is also too ... faint and at times almost disturbingly claustrophobic. Remains the good rating on this view.
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