Gustav III's Pavilion

Haga Park Museum

The Copper Tents houses Haga Park Museum and a café. Until 16 September it is also housing sale from the Royal Gift Shop.

The Copper Tents are close to Gustav III's Pavilion, surrounded by a large meadow that slopes down towards the water.


Haga Park Museum

The middle tent is home to Haga Park Museum, which describes Haga's history, people and buildings. The permanent exhibition also shows the development of the park. You can find out fascinating facts about people with links to Haga over the years, including King Gustav III and Carl Michael Bellman. Entry to the park museum is free.

Café

One of the tents also has a café serving pastries, cakes, buns, sandwiches, coffee, tea and cold drinks.

For details of opening times and menus, see the café's websiteexternal link, opens in new window (in Swedish only).

The Royal Gift Shop

Items from the Royal Gift Shop will be on sale in the Copper Tent until 16 September, including products with a connection to objects from the Royal Collections, many of which are limited editions.

These include textiles, porcelain, pots and trays with patterns from original fabrics and décor from the royal palaces, as well as high quality souvenirs from Gustav III's Pavilion and the other palaces.

A wider range of products is available at the Royal Palace of Stockholmopens in new window, Drottningholm Palaceopens in new window and Gripsholm Castleopens in new window.

The Copper Tents are home to Haga Park Museum. Photo: Royalpalaces.se

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Follow along on a guided tour and hear about the Pavilion’s royal history, the history of the building itself and the preserved furnishin...

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For large groups we recommend a pre-booked guided tour. Pre-booked tours can be given between June–August.

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FAQ

  • Is it possible to take wedding photos in the palace parks?

    It is permitted to take wedding photos for private use in our palace parks. Please respect the following: it is not permitted to set up bulky photography equipment and/or props, to cordon off or drive vehicles onto our park areas or in any other way disturb other park visitors.
    Please note the special stipulations for photography in our Image and Media Gallery.

  • Can I pre-book a ticket for the general palace tours?

    Tickets can be purchased on the same day at any of our ticket offices; no advance purchase available.

  • Are there any storage lockers at the royal palaces?

    The Royal Palace of Stockholm: There are a few storage lockers available at Tickets & Information and in the Tre Kronor Museum. However, we would recommend not bringing any large bags with you. The other royal palaces and visitor attractions: No storage lockers available.

  • Can I take my bag into the royal palaces?

    Small bags are permitted at our visitor attractions. Rucksacks should be carried in your hand or on your front. Do not leave any bags unattended. Bags and cases with wheels are not permitted.

  • Can I take a pushchair into the royal palaces?

    Pushchairs are not permitted indoors.

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