Accessibility, the Tre Kronor Museum

Entry via Norrbro, under Lejonbacken, and via the Outer Courtyard, West Gate.

Tickets are sold in the museum.

A lift is available where there are changes in level within the museum. The lift is intended for a maximum of three people or a maximum weight of 250 kg. The dimensions are approximately 85 x 145 cm. Please ask museum staff for assistance with the lift.

Steps/ramps. The museum is located at street level from the Norrbro entrance and one floor down from the West Gate entrance. There is no lift. There is a staircase with four steps within the museum. There is a handrail. There are approximately 20 steps to the West Gate exit. There is a handrail.

Disabled toilets are available in the Tre Kronor Museum.

Disabled parking is available at various locations around the palace. Contact the City of Stockholm for details.external link, opens in new window

Assistance/guide dogs are welcome.

Guides/assistants. Free entry for guides/assistants for visitors with disabilities.

Other information. For more details about accessibility, please contact us using the form under Contact us.

Alternatively, call +46 (0)8 402 61 00, weekdays 09:00-12:00.

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