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Practical information: the Royal Palace

The following provides answers to the most frequently asked questions about the guided tours and events at the Royal Palace.


During the season, tickets may be purchased at Narvesen, 7-Eleven, through billettservice.no (ticketmaster), or by calling +47 815 33 133. Any remaining tickets will be sold at the entrance before each tour.

Tickets are usually available from late March for the season starting in the second half of June.

For booking a guided tour for a private group, please write to grupper[at]billettservice.no or call +47 815 33 321.


The public entrance is located on the west side of the Royal Palace (facing Parkveien).


Parking of cars and busses at the Royal Palace is not permitted. An exception is made for cars with parking stickers for disabled persons.


Visitors must leave their handbags, coats, cameras and umbrellas in the cloakroom lockers. Baby carriages and other child carriers must also be left in the cloakroom.

Toilet facilities

Public toilets are located near the cloakroom. Wheelchair-accessible toilet facilities are also available within the Palace.

Accessibility for elderly and mobility-impaired persons

The guided tour covers two floors. An elevator is available for elderly or mobility-impaired visitors. Wheelchairs and rollators will also be provided upon request. Palace personnel will gladly assist anyone in need of help using the stairs. Folding chairs are available if needed.

For reasons of accessibility, visitors using large electric wheelchairs must be transported directly to the second floor by elevator.


Photography is not permitted inside the Royal Palace, but there is a place for photographs in the courtyard.

Mobile phones

Out of courtesy to the guides and other visitors, mobile phones must be turned off during the tour.

Gift shop

At the end of the tour it is possible to visit the gift shop, located next to the cloakroom. The gift shop sells souvenirs, books and postcards.


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Every summer, the Royal Palace opens it's doors to the public. Photo: Christian Lagaard, the Royal Court.