- Address: Riddarholmen, 111 28 Stockholm, Sweden
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +46-84026130
- Ticket Price: 50 SEK
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Church, Religious Site
Located on the islet of the same name, just off Gamla Stan, this elegant and soaring church is the burial location of Swedish royalty. Some parts of the original 13th century structure still remain. It is also the city’s only remaining preserved medieval monastery. The main highlight is the marble sarcophagus of Gustav II Adolf. It does not function as a church any longer, though. Sometimes concerts are held here. The exterior exhibits grandeur and looks awe inspiring. Some of the most popular graves are those of Gustav II Adolf, Karl XII, Gustav V and their consorts.
- Guided tours can be prebooked.
- The church is really dark and cold November - March.
- No parking near the church.
- No toilets at the church.
- Wheelchair accessible, but no toilets.
- Adult: (7–17 years old) SEK 25.
- Child: Free for under 7.
- Combination tickets available for Riddaarholm church + Royal Palace + Treasury + the Tre Kronor Museum + Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities: Adults- SEK 180; Kids- SEK 90
- Also open on Ascension Day, Sweden's National Day, Midsummer Eve, Midsummer Day.
- Guided Tours: 14 May–14 September: Swedish at 10:30am, English at 11:30am.
- Check out the calendar for holidays and open days.
- Subway 13, 14, 17, 18, 19 stop Gamla Stan T-bana.
- Buses 3, 53 stop Malartorget.
- Bus 59 stop Kornhamnstorg.
- Buses 2, 53, 55, 57, 76, 96, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195 stop Slottsbacken.
- Ferries 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 17, 19, 26, 82 stop Stockholm Slussen kajen.
- Green Ferry Line stop Riddarholmen Ferry Terminal.
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0.91% of people who visit Stockholm include Riddarholmskyrkan in their plan
50% of people start their Riddarholmskyrkan visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Riddarholmskyrkan
55.56% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Riddarholmskyrkan
Very beautiful. But! The streets impact the view negatively and so does the nearby construction works. The best point of view is across two roads. from there you can see the two peaks align perfectly. very aesthetically pleasing. However, unfortunately it IS indeed across two roads... Mind the lot of tourists obviously. (And yes, I am a tourist myself, ironically)
Super interesting if you have even a little bit of interest in Swedish history, or architecture. With parts of the structure dating back to the 1200s, just being near something that old was fascinating. Minus a star for the lack of guides; though the printed material was informative enough about the personages in the various chapels and crypts, I would have appreciated a spoken descriptive tour much more. Other reviews indicate they exist, but there were none today.
We stumbled upon this church while walking around. We only knew we wanted to go in not knowing we were stumbling into a mausoleum for royals. I'm still in awe by the building and history we experienced. From the architecture to the coat of arms, expect to be amazed. It was the best $5 we have spent so far.
Very scenic square. Lovely at dusk in the winter time.
This is a small island in Sweden which is a part of Gamla Stan ( old town).and lot of private palaces. This is used to be the royal burial church from 27th a century to the year 1950. Mr Birger Jarl who is the founder of Stockholm's statue stands on a pillar in front of the Bonde Palace, right north of Riddarholm church. Old Parliament building is in South -eastern corners and the Norstedt building on the east.