Welcome to our exhibitions! Here, you can find out about current and upcoming exhibitions, and also read about previous exhibitions from our archives. You can even re-visit some of the past exhibitions via digital 360° tours!

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1523–1973–2023 Vasa to Bernadotte

The major jubilee exhibition Vasa to Bernadotte, 1523 –1973 –2023. Culture in Service of the Realm will showcase unique objects, taking you on a voyage of discovery from the past to the present day.

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Daisy Crown Princess Margareta

Our current King's grandmother was a dynamic and popular crown princess – and a pioneer within many areas – who changed the image of the Royal Family, even to this day. Here you can find out about the popular exhibition that described her life and her work.

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Märta Måås-Fjetterström

When works by Märta Måås-Fjetterström – Sweden's leading textile artist – were put on show in the Hall of State at the Royal Palace, the exhibition proved to be a hit with audiences. You can now re-visit the exhibition, thanks to films, articles, images and even a virtual tour!

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Drawing Competition The Thinking Hand

The Thinking Hand is an annual scholarship competition for young draftspeople. The nominees and their artwork are displayed in a digital gallery here on the website every spring.

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1976–2015 Royal wedding dresses

The popular exhibition Royal wedding dresses presented wedding dresses worn by five royal brides over the course of four decades. Here, the atmosphere of the exhibition has been recreated using images and videos from the archives.

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Course of time Royal clocks

The exhibition In course of time – 400 hundred years of royal clocks was opened by The King on 22 January 2016 at the Royal Palace. More than 50 royal clocks were presented – some of them for the first time – dating from the 16th century to the present day.

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The Lilian Look

Designs for a Princess – The Lilian Look! is a previous exhibition that can now be rediscovered via films, images and even a virtual tour!

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