Gustav III's Pavilion

Group Visits

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

Note!

In accordance with the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s recommendations for smaller events, group visits will not be booked from now on and until further notice.

Already bookable groups will be contacted for rebooking.

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Advance bookings are recommended for larger groups. The Pavilion can be booked June–August.

Fees for pre-booked guided tours

SEK 1000 during regular opening hours
SEK 1900 in direct conjunction with regular opening hours
SEK 3400 outside regular opening hours

For each additional person a supplementary entrance fee will be added:
SEK 100/Adults
SEK 50/Students

Price includes a 45 minute tour for groups of maximum 20 people.

Booking

You can book by e-mail, see the form under Contact us

You can also book by calling +46 (0)8 402 61 00 on weekdays between 9:00 and 12:00.

Guided tours of the pavilion can be booked June–August.

When you call the date, time and place for the tour will be arranged and a booking confirmation will be sent to you.

The fee for group tours should be paid in cash on arrival. Payment via invoice can be arranged for organisations, schools and companies.

All bookings are binding and cancellations can only be made three weekdays before the designated tour date. If a cancellation is made less than three weekdays prior to the date of the tour then the cost of the tour and guide will be charged to the visiting party.


Gustav III’s Pavilion at Haga. Photo: Sanna Argus Tirén/Royalpalaces.se

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