The Royal Gift Shop

The Royal Gift Shop

The Royal Gift Shop is a unique present and souvenir shop, selling products with a connection to objects from the Royal Collections.

Here, you can find textiles, porcelain, glass, pots and trays with patterns from original fabrics and décor from the Royal Collections.

Guide books to the royal palaces and books about our royal history can also be purchased.

Their wide range of products to suit all budgets includes everything from popular souvenirs such as postcards and key rings to gold and silver jewellery.

The stores

The Royal Gift Shop is situated at the Outer Courtyard at the Royal Palace in Stockholm (Old Town) and open daily year round. The entry is free to the the Royal Gift Shop.

There are also gift stores at Drottningholm Palace and Gripsholm Castle.

Souvenirs can also be purchased at the entrance to the summer palaces, and at the Riddarholm Church and the Royal Stables.

The images shows the range of products, not guaranteed to be in stock. The widest range you will find at the Gift Shop at the Royal Palace. Top image, photo: Emily Dahl/Royalpalaces.se

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Accessories for both men and women. Ties, scarves and cufflinks with patterns from the Royal Collections. Photo: Emily Dahl/Royalpalaces.se

High quality souvenirs such as postcards, royal biscuits, key rings, Princess Kisses and much more. Photo: Emily Dahl/Royalpalaces.se

Attention! A lion and tin soldiers from the Royal Gift Shop guard the floor of the Vita Havet Assembly Rooms, made by Palace Carpenter Heinrich Dumrath when the ballroom was created in 1845. Photo: Magnus Torsne, arranged by Gustav Broström/Royalpalaces.se

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