Visit the theatre and take one of our theme tours! Our knowledgeable guides take you on a tour of the theatre focused on themes strongly connected to the theatre house and reveals the stories that happened between its walls. Perhaps you would like to learn about how Ingmar Bergman was inspired by the theatre and let it play the leading role in his 1975 masterpiece "The Magic Flute"? Or how the unique and original wallpapers in the theatre were created, or the life and work of Louis Gallodier, Sweden's first ballet master who worked in the Drottningholm Slottsteater?
Our professional guides arer knowledgeable and engaging. You can see our scheduled guided tours in English below, but we have even more to offer to groups. Book a guided tour today and feel history echoe from the theatre walls.
Tickets to our theme tours are on sale on Ticnet and can also be booked in the Theatre Shop. For more information our group bookings e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
A HOUSE FULL OF LIFE
How did the theatre troupe members and other theatre workers live and work during the 18th century, under the reign of the Theatre King Gustav III? Meet the architect, the servants, the dancers, the actors and the wig maker.
Friday July 8th at 3PM and Saturday July 9th 1PM and 3PM .
Tickets 150 SEK, students 100 SEK online>>> or in the Theater Shop
BERGMAN and the magic flute
Ingmar Bergman’s film version of the famous Mozart opera was set in a mock-up version of the Drottningholm theatre. Join theatre historian Péter Balás on a guided tour and learn more about the exciting project, 1975. Maximum 30 persons. In English. Read more about the film here>>>
Saturday July 2nd 3PM, Sunday July 3rd 3PM, Sunday July 10th at 2PM, Friday September 4.30PM, Saturday September 3rd 1PM, Sunday September 1PM.
Tickets 150 SEK, students 120 SEK online>>> or in the Theater Shop
THE HISTORY OF LOVE AND PASSION
From rococo serenades, engagements and royal weddings… through the theatre troupe’s love triangles and prima donna scandals… all the way to the secret stories of the auditorium’s incognito boxes. A special guided tour of the court theatre, during which you can also learn the famous baroque fan-technique.
Sunday July 31st 3PM, Sunday August 7th 3PM, Friday August 12th 3PM, Sunday August 14th 3PM, Saturday August 20th 3PM, Saturday October 1st 3PM, Saturday October 8th 3PM, Saturday October 22nd 3PM
Tickets 150 SEK online>>> or in the Theater Shop
Opening hours for tours
The theatre is open for guided tours
Daily in April noon-3.30PM,
Daily in May-August 11AM-4.30PM
Daily in September noon-3.30PM,
Fridays-sundays in October noon-3.30PM,
Saturdays and sundays in November until December 13th noon-3.30PM.
Tours in English every hour, tours in French and in German daily in high season.
Last tour starts at 13.30 before matinee performances.
Groups have to pre-book a guide. Tel. + 46 (0)8-759 04 06, email@example.com
We also accept groups during the winter season!
A Gustavian Christmas
Join us as we step back into an 18th century Christmas. Find out what people ate, how they kept warm, how many candles were consumed and how the royals entertained themselves with lots of yuletide play-acting.
3 December at 12.00 and 14.00, 4 December at 12.00 and 14.00
Tickets 120 SEK, children up to 18: 60 SEK online>>> or in the Theater Shop
The same weekend
Christmas Fair at Drottningholm!
A traditional Christmas Market outside the theatre, where you can buy food and handicrafts. Free entrance. In the Theatre Shop we have loads of decorations and gifts just right for Christmas!