Royal Swedish Opera Overview
Unlike any other places in Stockholm, Royal Swedish Opera is Sweden’s national theatre that primarily hosts ballet, opera and other performing arts-related events. This attraction was actually discovered by none other than King Gustav III.

The very first performance in this theatre took place in 1773 by Carl Stenborg and Elisabeth Olin, who are well known performers in Swedish history. The designs within, the way the building is structured - all of this will actually take you back in time and thus, makes it a worthy place to visit in Stockholm.

Gustav Adolfs torg 2, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

Entry Fee:
750 SEK
Read More

Tourism Board Alliances

Popular Related Destinations

Why Choose Thrillophilia