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Guided tours of the Royal Palace

The Royal Palace in Oslo is open to the public during the summer. The 2019 season lasts from 22 June until 25 August. Tickets are available from 1 March every year.

All visitors must follow a guided tour. During the season, tours are given every twenty minutes.


A small taste of a guided tour at the Royal Palace. Photo: Christian Lagaard, the Royal Court.

 
In addition to a tour through some of the most beautiful state rooms in the Royal Palace, a new exhibition is mounted every year. This year's exhibition is entitled "Where Queens Meet".

Where Queens Meet

This year marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Queen Maud. 

Maud was Queen of Norway from 1905 until her death in 1938. When King Harald ascended to the throne upon the death of King Olav on 17 January 1991, Crown Princess Sonja became Norway's first queen in 53 years.

Displaying wardrobe items and various objects, the summer exhibition depicts a variety of situations where the two queens “meet” across the years - on the Palace Balcony, for afternoon tea in the Mirror Hall, at a grand Palace ball in the Great Hall, and at a table laid for Norway’s first ladies, past and present, in the Banqueting Hall.

Tickets and opening hours 

Please find detailed informations on tickets, prices and opening hours in the Facts sections at the right of the page (or at the bottom if you are using a mobile device).

Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.no or telephone no + 47 815 33 133.

Ticketmaster.no

Rooms on the tour

The guided tour takes visitors through some of the most important and lovely rooms, like the Cabinet Parlour, the Council Chamber and the most beautiful guest room in the Palace - the King Haakon VII Suite.

Kings and Presidents alike have stayed in the King Haakon Suite. Photo: Bjørn Sigurdsøn, NTB scanpix.

 
We visit the Bird Room where all those seeking an audience with His Majesty The King wait to be announced, as well as the Ballroom and the Banqueting Hall. During a gala dinner at the Royal Palace, more than 200 people will dine there.

The Ballroom. Photo: Jan Haug, The Royal CourtThe Ballroom. Photo: Jan Haug, The Royal Court

More information

The guided tours' office can be reached at (+47) 22 04 89 64 between 10:00 and 17:00 during the summer season. E-mail: nina.hoie[at]slottet.no

 

14.06.2019

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Åpningstider 2019

Publikumssesongen på Det kongelige slott varer fra 22. juni til 25. august.

I sesongen starter omvisningene hvert 20. minutt og varer omlag en time:

  • Alle dager: 10.00 - 17.00

OBS: Enkelte dager kan det være stengt eller ha andre åpningstider på grunn av annen aktivitet på Slottet. Det gjelder:

  • 25. juni: Stengt
  • 4. juli, 19. juli og 19. august: Åpent fra klokken 13.00
  • 9. og 16. august: Åpent fra klokken 12.00

Det gis omvisninger på engelsk alle dager klokken 12.00, 14.00, 14.20 og 16.00.

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Billetter 2019

Billetter til omvisninger på Slottet er tilgjengelig gjennom Ticketmaster fra 1. mars hvert år.

I sesongen er et lite antall billetter til samme dags omvisninger å få  kjøpt ved inngangen. Vær oppmerksom på at billettene ved inngangen raskt blir utsolgt. Vi anbefaler derfor å kjøpe på forhånd.

Priser sesongen 2019:

  • Voksne: 140,-
  • Barn (3-12 år), honnør og student: 110,-
  • Barn under 3 år har gratis adgang
  • Ledsager for handikappede har gratis adgang
  • Forhåndsbestilte, lukkede grupper à 30 personer for omvisning på Slottet kr. 110,- pr. person.
  • Kombinasjonsbillett Slottet + Dronning Sonja KunstStall: 200,-
Ministersalongen. Foto: Jan Haug, Det kongelige hoff.