Kungliga Operan has been the Swedish national venue for opera and ballet since January 18, 1773. You can visit Kungliga Operan as a member of the audience at one of the performances or take a guided tour. On the tour, you will have the opportunity to look backstage, visit the royal rooms, and peer…
The Royal Swedish Opera is truly beautiful and worth going to if you enjoy 'high culture' and/or beautiful architecture/interiors.
The Royal Swedish Opera. "Every year, a number of productions are staged here: everything from brand-new works to classical masterpieces. We respect tradition, while embracing the future – in our three main areas: opera, ballet, and activities for children and young people."
The Royal Opera house was built by King Gustavius III (the 3rd) and is an amazing peace of work. To add to the legend the same king was murdered inside the actual opera house on one of his premiers. They also show ballet and dance, as well as classical operas and operettes.
Royal Swedish Opera is Sweden's national stage for opera and ballet. Don't miss it if you're a fan of opera and/or ballet.
“The Royal Dramatic Theatre is a very beautiful building and keeps high quality. Recommended if you enjoy theatre, but check online beforehand as very few plays will likely be in English. Either way, the building is worth passing by to look at, plus they have a terrace bar with a great view.”
“$$ Welcome to one of the largest palaces in Europe! The Royal Palace is the official residence of His Majesty the King of Sweden, with over 600 rooms. The Royal Palace also contains the Armory, with royal costumes and armor, as well as coronation carriages and magnificent coaches from the Royal Stable. Make sure not to miss the parade of soldiers and the daily changing of the guard.”
“ The Royal Dramatic Theatre is Sweden's national stage for "spoken drama", founded in 1788. Around one thousand shows are put on annually on the theatre's eight running stage”
“From Nybrokajen you find boats out into the archipelago - fjäderholmarna or vaxholm are the closest, but for a real archipelago feeling you should go out to Sandhamn or Grinda. Look itineraries up online!”
“This museum is absolutely gorgeous and the best thing - its free entrance! They have a sculpture courtyard where its easy to spend an hour or two to inspect the magnificent work thats been done.”